Created by: sem464
Project

My first rag quilt

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo GO! Cozy Rag Squares (revised) Link to website or photo www.accuquilt.com/go-cozy-rag-squares-free.html What are you most proud of? Utilizing fabrics I had. I even used fleece as batting! Only made as many squares as the back fabric would make. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun! I wanted my back to be all the same, so I used the same fabric for the back of every square. The choices are really endless. Use a filler in the center of each block (batting or fleece), or don' add the center (little less warmth, but a lot less weight). Use different fabrics for the back, making it more of a patchwork front and back. The choice is yours :)

You Can Make This

sem464 made My first rag quilt with:

  • I used flannel for the top
  • fleece for the middle and cotton print for the back!

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo GO! Cozy Rag Squares (revised) Link to website or photo www.accuquilt.com/go-cozy-rag-squares-free.html What are you most proud of? Utilizing fabrics I had. I even used fleece as batting! Only made as many squares as the back fabric would make. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun! I wanted my back to be all the same, so I used the same fabric for the back of every square. The choices are really endless. Use a filler in the center of each block (batting or fleece), or don' add the center (little less warmth, but a lot less weight). Use different fabrics for the back, making it more of a patchwork front and back. The choice is yours :)

Q&A with sem464

sem464 asked:
Thank you. Even if you don't have an Accu-Quilt fabric cutter, you can still use the pattern and then cut the fringe afterwards :)
sem464 answered:
Yes, Normally you would sew it together first and then cut the fringe :)

Skill Level

Beginner

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