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This Baby Rag Quilt is beautiful with its frayed ruffle edge. We've included a video tutorial and show you how to make yours into an animal shape.

This Rag Quilt is a lovely project to make and would make a wonderful gift too! Be sure to also view the Bubble Quilt and the Minky Blanket

DIY All-in-One Changing Mat

If you have a little one, then you will be interested in making travel diaper changing pad and clutch bag as it helps you a lot in some inconvenient circumstances. The Travel Diaper Changing Pad Pattern is the perfect gift to give a new mom, especially

Turn Around Baby ducky quilt pattern

Turn Around Baby ducky quilt pattern

42 Quilts: Quilting Tip of the Day Round-Up     Dawn dishwashing soap is great to wash your finished quilts. It's the same as Synthrapol, a detergent dyers use to keep fugitive dyes from redepositing on fabric. I use just a tablespoon or two per quilt so it doesn't foam up the machine. I also wash new fabric with it for the same reason. (Wash new fabric in HOT water.) Cheap and available everywhere.

wash finished quilts in dawn dish soap. it's similar to Synthrapol, a detergent dyers use to keep fugitive dyes from redepositing on fabric. use a tablespoon or two per quilt so it doesn't foam up the machine. wash new fabric with it (in HOT water.

I just love hearts and I love the hearts on this scrappy quilt. #pattern #quilting #quilts #scraps #hearts #affiliate

I just love hearts and I love the hearts on this scrappy quilt. #pattern #quilting #quilts #scraps #hearts #affiliate

Happy Quilting: A HST Rag Quilt Tutorial

If you love cute rag quilts but you want to make something a little more interesting than rag quilt squares, the Half-Square Triangle Rag Quilt is for you! This free pattern for a baby quilt combines rag quilting with traditional piecework.

Why do kids love playing with boxes?  Little kids love the box just as much as the toy inside.  They stack them, build with them, and always push them over.  We

Why do kids love playing with boxes? Little kids love the box just as much as the toy inside. They stack them, build with them, and always push them over. We used that fun as our inspiration for this