Adorable Shades of Pink and Purple Rag Quilt Pattern

 Adorable Rag Quilt
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Rag quilts are all the rage and this one is perfect for beginners. This Adorable Shades of Pink and Purple Rag Quilt Pattern is pink and purple, which would look super pretty in a pink-lovers room. Or, put it on your couch for a comfy quilt that can be used when the A/C is blasting or during the mid-season temp changes. 

If you've never made a DIY rag quilt, then watch the video below to learn how!

From the Blogger: "I'm sure you've seen these before. I've been drooling over all the lovely soft and snuggly rag quilts I see on my Pinterest feed and have been longing to find out how to make one. So I gave it a try, took some photos and a video along the way to share the process with you, in case you'd like to give it a go too."


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The instructions say "advanced" but it does not look difficult to me. I like the look and the fact that it uses flannel. Should be light and warm at the same time. Great pattern.

I'm surprized, I usually don't like rag quilts, but this one is done so nicely and incoordinating colors that I am inspired to make this one.

This is a beautiful pattern for a rag quilt. Rag quilts are my "thing"! When I tell you, if I can make one, anyone can....I am not kidding. These make wonderful baby gifts, or really a wonderful gift for anyone using the right fabrics for that person. They are very comfy. You can use a minky or flannel for the back. Often times, I use minky for the back, flannel for the middle and then a variety of fabrics for the top. The really neat thing about these is that they only become more comfortable and beautiful with each wash. My suggestion is that the first wash is done in a laundromat. It really does let off a lot of string that first time. After that, it just gets more beautiful.


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