Wonderful! I hope the recipient is a short person--I know a certain 4-year-old who would adore it (and know every animal each patch represents). Really turned out cute, Jules.
YAY - that was quick! (I clipped on mine forever!)
I've been wanting to do one of those--it's on my list. Didn't think about the animal prints but I love it!
Looks cozy! I am sure it will be a big hit.
I think it's great! What a great way to use those animal prints.
It's cute! And DONE is a very good feeling. Love the animal prints.
How cool is that? I like it A LOT. Done is fantastic!
Cool animal print raggy quilt--and it looks so "fetching" lying on that plaid sofa!!! LOL! Last year my daughter started on a "body" pillow using the raggy technique and we STILL haven't fnished clipping it!By the way, I just now saw that you visited my blog and asked how it was being the parent of a high school kid! So far it has been great--she seems so happy in high school. I think she was ready for more freedom and a larger pool of friends and interests to explore. Previously she had hardly any interest in boys, but that has just recently changed, like in the last 2 days! But so far, so good!Beth
Bravo Lady! Love the rag quilt! You are so productive! and with 4 wee ones. I'm impressed. Please share your time management system. Does it include NOT writing for school? ;)Miss you,Becca
Those animal prints look great in the rag quilt. I'll bet it's warm and cozy also. I also agree with Becca on your productivity.
That is cute--a good use of animal prints.
Very cool and oh, so warm, I'm sure! I finally got a walking foot this week so I can do one for my brother and his dog!
SO is your thunb numb like mine from cutting? Or did you rotary cut the seams? I tried rotary cutting, but the scissors were faster, so now my thumb has been numb & tingling for 2 weeks!Yours looks cozy too. They are a nice fast way to do a quilt, & the results are certainly yummy!
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