Straight Leg Denim Rag Quilt

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Straight Leg Denim Rag Quilt Pattern


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Quilting: Straight Leg Denim Rag Quilt
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cut fabric
  • sew a 1/4" and 1/2" seam allowance

Pattern Description:

Another pattern by Inventive Denim for "using up" those old denim jeans! The skill level of this quilt is perfect for an experienced beginner.

This pattern contains 10 pages, only the first page is in color.

Just pick four of your favorite coordinating fabrics and you're good to go! The overall design has a woven look to the fabrics. They appear to weave in and out of each other.

There are only two different blocks to make and it's all straight sewing, no curves! Yardage requirements are also given for denim off the bolt in addition to the number of pairs of jeans required.

Choose from five different quilt sizes (Baby-Queen).

This pattern contains LOADS of diagrams and is perfect for a visual learner.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Baby: 36" x 40.5"
  • Lap: 52" x 72"
  • Twin: 67.5" x 90"
  • Full" 81" x 90"
  • Queen: 94" x 99"


  • Recycled Denim Jeans
  • Baby: 5 jeans or 1 1/2 yards denim
  • Lap: 12 jeans or 2 2/3 yards denim
  • Twin: 19 jeans or 5 3/4 yards denim
  • Full: 23 jeans or 7 yards denim
  • Queen: 29 jeans or 8 7/8 yards denim
  • 4 Coordinating Fabrics
  • Fusible Fleece

You Will Also Need:

  • Spring Loaded Scissors (recommended)
  • Denim Needles (Size 110/16)
  • Rotary mat and cutter
  • Thread
  • Sewing Machine
  • Walking Foot (recommended)

About Designer

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My patterns are all about recycling our old denim jeans and turning them into amazing quilts! Please visit my website to learn more: Thank you!

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