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Thread: Ragged flannels--a hug to go. Great gifts!!

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    Hi Quilter2013--I don't know about different flannels--sorry. I prewash everything--so I've never run into trouble. My son and his wife use one of their raggeds a LOT and when they brought it for mending I noticed how very faded it is--but they've washed it several times. They are made to be used! I already have flannels picked out to make them a new one soon. ;-)

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    Bless you for helping others cope and feel comfort. They are beautiful. My favorite snuggly quilts are all flannel.

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    I've also been wanting to make some rag quilts and need direction ... I'll bookmark this thread ...

    Your quilts are great! Getting me excited to make some too.
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    Great quilt!!!!!!!!!!

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    I just finished this Rag quilt. I used fleece on both sides and warm and natural cotton batting on the inside....for those cold NE nights. This is for my oldest son, who loves the Red Sox even when they have a bad year.

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    What a wonderful gift to receive, I only wish my son had the benefit of more teachers like you. They really do look like a hug-to-go. This may be a stupid question, but could this be made with flannel shirts?
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    I also would like to know how it was put together. It reminds me of a denim quilt a friend makes out of 6 inch squares of denim. She would sew the squares together and the seams would be on the outside. Thanks for the photos of the lovely quilts.

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    I think that I will have you make one for me...I could us a little 'health insurance".

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    all are beautiful. love the color choice...
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