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Borders Baby Rag Quilt


Updated April 19, 2016
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Cute rag quilts make the best quick baby girl quilts. This Borders Baby Rag Quilt uses pink and brown flannel squares in a concentric pattern for an adorable baby quilt. Baby rag quilts are wonderful for infants because they love to play with the exposed seams. Rag quilts are also so simple to throw in the washing machine and dryer. Make this baby quilt pattern for an upcoming baby shower or for your own little one. Adjust the color combination accordingly if it's a boy or the sex of the baby is unknown.

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This image courtesy of creationsbykara.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 32 inches wide x 32 inches long

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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What a beautiful quilt. I love the color combination.

My first rag quilt.

I've made several and here is one I made in a couple of days, the receiver was absolutely delighted

I have made this quilt 4 times and it is beautiful and very fast and well loved...will make it again. Sheryl

This is so cute. I made a rag quilt for my grandson last year. I machine appliqued & embroidered significant details here and there on the quilt. Embroidered children lighting a menorah and a Santa for his mixed religion parents, a stick figure bride and groom with their wedding date, etc. It was adorable and they love it.

Thank you Thank you for being here.Question:Could a border be added on all sides of squares for extra fraying?

The instructions were supberb! Love the pattern, will definitely make this one, thank you Kara so much.

This is an awesome idea, yet so simple to make. Love it, Love it, Love it!

This is an awesome idea, yet so simple to make. Love it, Love it, Love it!

This is an awesome idea, yet so simple to make. Love it, Love it, Love it!


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