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Thread: Another Quilt Done - Flannel

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    I finished this one also. I stitched in the ditch. This is a flannel quilt which I made for myself. We did this one in class and everyone's quilt came out so different but they were all very nice. I liked doing this quilt.

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    I like it.

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    Very nice

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    Very nice!! I bet it's warm and cozy!!

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    I like the idea that it is flannel. Love the colors and design. Should be nice and warm!

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    All I can say is oooh.

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    WOW that looks warm !!! I bet it feels just as nice .

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    Not only is it a pretty quilt, but I bet it feels so good to snuggle under the flannel.

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    So pretty, and looks cozy.

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    Love it...Question...since you used flannel on both sides did you also use batting? I used warm and natural for the ones I did but the front side was cotton. I am wondering if both sides are flannel is it thick enough not to use batting? Than again...its so cold here in the winters maybe I need all those layers.

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    I really like this quilt. It looks so warm and cozy and the colors are just marvelous. Job well done.

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    That must be as cozy as can be! Nice job.

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    Nice job, and beautiful colors!

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    This is sooooo pretty. I can just imagine curling up under this beauty!

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    Nice! I love the warm colors! Like the matching bag hanging on the door knob in the background, too.

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    I put warm and natural for the batting. It is a little heavy but I wanted it warm. Once it was washed it seems lighter and softer.
    If I make a cotton top and flannel backing I also put batting in between.

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    Oh, what a great flannel quilt. Looks so nice and warm!!

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    Just gorgeous, love the colors....and is that a matching tote in the background?
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    Looks beautiful and oh so cozy!!!!!!!! When you get tired of it send it my way lol

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    I love it, the colors are great! Turned out nicely. I've wanted to make a flannel quilt but it's just not cold enough down here for one.

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    I like your quilt and your bag.the colors are very pretty.

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    It not only looks great, it will be so warm and cuddly! Great job! :thumbup: :D

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    I love the colors! Would like to wrap myself in it!

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    I love flannel quilts and yours is very pretty.

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    Looks so inviting. Good job!

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