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Thread: Rag quilts

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    Super Member sewmuch's Avatar
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    These are for my 3 granddaughters for Xmas.
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    they r so pretty , they will love them! :)

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    Sewmuch, They are very nice

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    Very nice...

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    oh, they look so cozy! nice pictures too! i can't get my pictures to show that nice of detail!

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    Great colors. They look like they'll be right at home cuddling in front of the tv.

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    so snuggly :!: :!: :!: :!: they will love their quilts. you did a great job, love the colors. aren't rag quilts just the best :?: :!: :?: :!:

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    Awesome!! The colors are so bright a granddaughter-like. :D I see the back isn't made of the squares--so you must have sewed the top, then added the back----and sewed around the edge with a half inch seam--then ragged the edge? Is there batting inside?

    I love learning new ways to make the ragged ones.

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    Barnbum, the back is done in 7 inch squares, just looks like one piece
    in the picture. 3 layers, flannel on back and center, cotton on front.

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    Ah--it does look like one piece. I know three little girls who will be so happy---and warm!! :D

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