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    Default I made a rag quilt!!

    I was liking the look of the jean quilts so I made on with Flannel for Noah. It needs to be washed and dried a couple of more times and its not perfect but I love it. It feels like a teddy bear,



    And showing part of the backing .

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    Great job Tanya!!!

    Looks wonderful, and Im sure Noah will love it!

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    its beautiful

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    Very nice Tanya.... now that you have that mastered... My aunt made a rag quilt in the shape of a teddy bear as a rug for her granddaugheter's bedroom.... get cracking!

    HAHA just kidding... thats very nice, and the best things is the more and more they get washed and cuddled with the better they feel!
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    and baby makes 3!!! Errr... 4!


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    Very nice! Just need to get butt in gear and make 2 of them for my boys! Sigh...
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    it never fails or falters, even though the heart is breaking”- Helen Rice

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    Very cute...I may just have to sew one of those, thanks for the idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by shanvan View Post
    Very cute...I may just have to sew one of those, thanks for the idea
    I got the idea from the jean quilt thread lol

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    OOOOO...........quilting now as well?? I'm still putting it out there to start a crafting group. Knitters, crocheters, and quilting artists would be great! I've got one mom on board, your quilt looks super cute!!

    Excellent job..................posting comment as I'm knitting my girls their tank tops!

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    SO cute!!!

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    Awesome!! I haven't started with the exception of getting some flannel from my mom's craft supply/basement!! I told my hubby to go through his jeans and give me the ones he doesn't wear (or doesn't fit... ) so I could cut them up!!

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    How comfortable would a jean quilt be? I think that fleece or flannel would definatly be something Id want to snuggle with, but jean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shanvan View Post
    How comfortable would a jean quilt be? I think that fleece or flannel would definatly be something Id want to snuggle with, but jean?
    Well I will be making it with some jean squares and some flannel ones . I imagine it would feel nice and heavy

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    Looks Great!
    Any tips or suggestions for someone with no ide where to start?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stepher View Post
    Looks Great!
    Any tips or suggestions for someone with no ide where to start?
    Since I've only made the one.. And it is not perfectly straight.. I would say just measure your squares carefully and lay it all out before you start to sew it.
    I'm going to be making a new one. We gave the first one to Yale so he has a warm cuddly.

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    Love the quilt!
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