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Thread: Rag Quilt made with Accuquilt

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    Super Member dglvr's Avatar
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    I made this Raq Quilt with an 8 1/2" die from the Accuquilt.
    This is some of my dog fabrics. No repeats. It was nice to have it all sewn and not have to cut the fringes beings they were already done. :thumbup: I have 12 rows down and 10 across. I haven't washed it yet but I'm going to take it to the laundry mat for the first washing.
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    Good Job. What a fun quilt:)

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    I have seen a lot of those on this board. Need to put it on my long to do list.

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    Really cool quilt!

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    Wonderful quilt, it is a lots of fun making them. I don't have a Accuquilt. It is on my wish list. ;)

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    That is really neat! Amazing that you have no fabric repeats. Great Job!

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    I have alot of dog fabrics and figured this would be a good way to see alot of them. When I was going through them for fabrics I found some I forgot about. In fact some of them I didn't even recognize. :-D So it was a fun quilt.
    I love my Accuquilt. :thumbup: I had front, back, and batting all cut within about 4 hours. OH yeah the back is all dog flannel. I should have taken a picture of the back too. I have it in my car now taking it to wash and dry. I'll get a picture of the back later.

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    Love it.

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    That is pretty. I would like to make some more raggy quilts if I didn't have to cut the fringe. Uncle art.(arthirtis) doesnt like me to do that. lol.

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    Very pretty. Great job.

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    What a cute quilt! I have only made 3 now but would probably make a lot more if I didn't have to cut the fringe by hand. I just think they are fun to do and come together so quickly. This way at least the quilt is finished unlike some of my applique projects that are taking forever! LOL

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    Great job on the quilt!! It is adorable

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    Beautiful

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    Nice!

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    I have made 2 Rag Quilts, but I didn't use a GO. I don't have one. They were fun to make. I made them for my 2 grandsons, who are 9 and 10. Yours looks really good

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    That is pretty. I would like to make that one... I don't have a accuquilt but i bet it was so east cutting them on it. I done a few in the past but cut mine all by hand. I have a few dog fabrics but nothing like yours. That is such an awesome idea.. Thanks for sharing.

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    Glad you like it. Me and the doggies use all the time.
    Its alot of fun and it got my doggy fabrics out of the trunk so I can see them all the time. :thumbup:

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