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November 25, 2015
My Christmass Rag Quilt from Brown Bird Designs Quilts



What I love about a rag quilt is how soft and warm they are. The components to a warm, fuzzy rag quilt are flannel and batting; which are sandwiched together and then tacked in place with an X. 

For this quilt, I simply took one 9” square and sewed it to 71 other squares (I left the seam edge at about .75”). The finished quilt is sized at 61” x 67”. 

The best and worst part about this quilt are the edges — they’re left raw. Raw edges work well because it hides the small imperfections, it frays well and ...

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September 25, 2015
A New Fave, Some Finishes and a Giveaway! from A Quilted Passion

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A friend told me about a binding technique quite a while ago...but at the time, I was too preoccupied w/my current projects to pay it any attention.  Fast Forward 2 years and I was visiting another friend who was showing me piles of quilts she'd made over the years and they were all finished w/a gorgeous, professional looking binding. She referred to it as Susie's Magic Binding. But it's also known ...

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May 16, 2015
Twin Rag Quilts from The Amateur Quilter

I'm back! Sorry it's been so long. I'm not sure who's reading my blog anyway. These days I post mostly to Instagram, but I like to blog about finishes. I have finished 4 quilts since my last post!!! I'm going to share one today which is actually 2 quilts made from the same fabrics. I've also updated the My Finishes section of my blog if you want to see photos of the other finishes, although I will blog about them next time.

I made 2 rag quilts using flannel, several prints from Moda and ...

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