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Thread: First Rag Quilt completed...

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    Senior Member Motorcyclemad's Avatar
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    Again this is 1 out of 6 that I plan to do for my cousins' kids. Here is the original post:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-113213-1.htm#2938655
    I worked on it in between quilting others. I just finished this past weekend.

    Two halves of quilt-top and bottom daisy chained
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    Top without borders
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    Back without border
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    With topstitched border-front
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    Back
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    All of the squares quilted-My inspector is laying down on the job!
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    Cute!!!Nice work!!

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    Lovely!

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    Turned out great.

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    Love it! Still on my "to do" list. Thanks for the progress pictures, it helps more than the written directions.

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    Those rag quilts always turn out nicer than one thinks they will. I do like yours and especially the bound edge!

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    Very pretty and I like that you put a regular border on it to finish off the edges. Just the right amount of raggedy.

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    Very pretty. Marilyn

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    You have really come a long way on it. It looks great

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    Good, good work...Yet another inspiration.

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    Very nice.

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    Love the spring colors. Very pretty quilt.

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    Very nice!!

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    Beautiful I really like it. I am getting ready to make some.

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    Really nice! I have never made a rag quilt.

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    How nice.

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    Yours is very nice. I have my fabric ready to make 2 for my brothers.

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    Looking good!

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    Nice job, I like the borders. Never put borders on my rag quilts. Have to try it sometime.

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    Looks so warm and comfy. Would like to wrap up in it right now. One more cold, damp, rainy day.

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    Beautiful !! :-D Love the colors !!

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    I love rag quilts and yours is great .I always want to snuggle under them.

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    So sweet! You did a fab job! I saved a tute for this and hopefully I'll get to make one someday! Thanks for sharing! :thumbup:

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    Very nice. It's been a while since I did a rag quilt. Thanks for reminding me.

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    Good Job! Like the reversible color combination.

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