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Thread: My flannel rag quilt

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    That is lovely. Looks so warm and inviting!

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    Fiskar also has scissors that are spring loaded for doing rag quilts. It says your hands... Beautiful quilt.

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    nice :-D

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    Very Nice Eddie! The colors are like sherbet. I have some flannel waiting for this pattern. I did 3 of them years ago and want one for myself. I had done one in regular cotton and at that time, the quilt shop was advising me not to use only flannel. The cotton one has held up well. I can't wait to see your homespun quilt.

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    do you wash the flannel fabric before you cut your squares?

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    eddie did you wash the material before you cut your fabric

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    No, I do not wash it before cutting. I wash it after cutting to give the fringe the nice fuzzy look.

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    thank you

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    AWESOME...looks warm!!! :thumbup:

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    Great job and love your choice of fabrics. I love how quickly the raggy quilts go together and when you done, you're done....no binding, no quilting......ala finished!

    Yours is very nice.

    I use flannels, cottons, and minky in mine. My center "batting" is always the flannel, so it's not so heavy, but still soft and warm.

    Now..let's see the homespun one! Hurry up and get it finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewfunquilts
    Now..let's see the homespun one! Hurry up and get it finished.
    Yeah, I do need to get busy on that! I'm going to a 3-day quilting retreat this weekend, so maybe I'll take the homespuns with me and work on that as well.

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    Oh.......love the quilting retreats. Have a great time!

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    This is sew, so pretty. Have one of these cut out, but never finished it. Need to. We are scheduled to have snow here tomorrow. Sure would like to have one of the to cuddle up in with some hot chocolate & a good book.

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