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Thread: My Disney Princess rag quilt

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    Super Member sewmuchmore's Avatar
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    I have this fabric and now I know how to use it :shock: Thank You, thank you. It is perfect for a princess. :wink:

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    I have never made a rag quilt with cotton fabric...only flannel...does it fray the same when washed??? I LOVE this quilt...I know for a fact my youngest daughter would want this lol

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    Very girlie. I love it!

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    It is charming. You did a great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taiboo
    I have never made a rag quilt with cotton fabric...only flannel...does it fray the same when washed??? I LOVE this quilt...I know for a fact my youngest daughter would want this lol
    I had only made 1 rag quilt before all with flannel and warm and natural batting so I asked on here and the replies said you could also use cotton. It seems to be fraying the same as my other one. Also since I was using warm and natural inside, I didn't want to ruin the look of the princesses by sewing an x through the middle so I sewed a square around the princesses to hold the batting in place on each piece before sewing them all together. It seems to have worked nicely.

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    Love it! My lil girl would love this.

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    Very pretty! She will love it!

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    Darling. My ggd would love it.

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    Adorable!! She's going to love it!
    I didn't know they made batik flannel!

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    Awww sooo cute :D:D:D

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    I love your quilt! It's so cute!

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    Beautiful. With 3 grandaughters (2 princesses), I will probably be adding this to the future quilt bucket list.

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    I love the way you have put the colors together, it is a very special quilt for a very special little girl. Great job!

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