Rag Quilt Sewing Project

Rag Quilt Sewing Project

Posted on 09. Oct, 2009 by Trish in Tutorial

I have wanted to make a rag quilt for my daughter for a long time.  I just really didn’t know how to do it, nor did I find any material I really enjoyed.  Well, I recently solved both those problems.

First off, I found this easy tutorial for how to make a rag quilt.

Mliss Poster 2Then I was at Hancock Fabric shopping around and found the CUTEST flannel ever for a girl.  I love that it’s not babyish.  It’s something that will grow with my daughter.  I waited for it to go on sale and bought a bunch of it, but of course they were out of some of it, but getting a new order in soon.  I’ll try to stop by again today to see if it’s in yet.

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Now I just have to actually sit down and make it, after I make a couple of Halloween costumes for my daughter and my nieces.

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8 Responses to “Rag Quilt Sewing Project”

  1. Kate @ The Shopping Mama

    16. Nov, 2009

    I love that fabric! It’s so cool. Good luck with the quilt. I can’t wait to see it.

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  2. Lisa@gardenofmany

    11. Oct, 2009

    Oh I can’t wait to see the finished project . I just love the patterns , very very pretty! My mother in law made 2 of my girls rag quilts. They are no 19 and 16 years old , and still going strong ! Hope you had a great weekend!

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  3. Tammy

    09. Oct, 2009

    My sewing machine isn’t working right now. I like that fabric, too. It’s really nice for a girl.

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    • admin

      09. Oct, 2009

      Thanks! Of course they didn’t have the one I really wanted, and after a ton of hassle, they are ordering it in for me, but it won’t be in for about 2 weeks now.

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  4. Gena Morris

    09. Oct, 2009

    I can’t wait to see! I’ve always wanted to make one but have had the same problems! Thanks!!

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    • admin

      09. Oct, 2009

      I’m excited to try it out! I’ll have to show you all when it’s done.

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  5. Jessie

    09. Oct, 2009

    I love rag quilts. They are so quick and easy, they make great baby gifts also. Don’t forget you don’t have to use flannel, you can also use cotton and batting. Just a FYI for next time

    I cant wait to see it when your done,

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    • admin

      09. Oct, 2009

      Yeah, I know that. I just wanted a nice warm blanket for her and nothing really called to me. I did get some batting for this one too to make it extra warm. I love how there are so many different ways to make these!

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