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Thread: Rag quilt for Cass

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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    This will be part of my grandaughters Christmas gift. It is F .........ed except for wash and dry. :D

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    Beautiful!!! Isn't it so much fun to have a finished quilt!!! :D

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    Omgosh that is so sweet! And I LOVE the back of it!!!

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    Your granddaughter will love her snuggie quilt. It is just to cute. I love the Holly Hobby print. Is it made out of flannel or cottons?

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    Ruth, thats a great quilt, gd will love it, love how you did the back. :lol:

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    very pretty.......I'm sure that gd will love it. Thanks for sharing.

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    It's all flannel, three layers and I sewed an x through each, and it took an hour and a half to clip it. My clippers came from the dollar store. I do have a fiscars scissors sharpener so that keeps them sharp. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruth Camp
    It's all flannel, three layers and I sewed an x through each, and it took an hour and a half to clip it. My clippers came from the dollar store. I do have a fiscars scissors sharpener so that keeps them sharp. :D
    When both sides look that nice, I am not sure it has a front and a back. How about a fuzzy and a smooth side?

    tim in san jose

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    Oh, Ruth, as I told you in chat that is just wonderful! Your back looks as wonderful as the front, and talk about warm........wow!

    Hugs,
    Sharon

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    what a fortunate little girl to have you for a grandma. the quilt will keep her snuggly warm for years to come. i know she will treasure it.
    it is one of the prettiest rag quilts i have seen. thank you so much for sharing.

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