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Ragged Homespun® Quilt
This quilt is made up of 9 rows with 7 squares in each row. All seams are sewn wrong sides together. Approx. finished size is 48" x 60".
8 ½ yds. of assorted homespun fabrics (flannels may also be used)
1 yd. of Warm & Natural Cotton Batting
Use 1" seams throughout.
Cut 126 9" squares from the homespun fabric. Cut 63 6 ¾" squares from batting.
Make a little quilt sandwich of homespun square (right side down of backing), batting square (center batting square) and homespun square (right side up). Quilt as desired. (We chose to meander quilt).
Stitch 7 squares together (wrong sides together) to form row. Stitch using 1" seam allowance. Press all seam allowances open.
Complete 9 rows of 7 squares each. Stitch rows together. Press seam allowances open.
Clip seam allowances at ½" to ¾" intervals being careful not to clip into seams.
To fringe seam allowances, wash and dry quilt.
HINT #1: To avoid clogging drains when fringing quilt, use commercial laundromat facilities unless you have a lint trap on your home washer. Check dryer lint trap frequently and remove lint built up.
HINT #2: Several blocks of your quilt may be pieced as desired. We chose to cut blocks diagonally to create triangles and then piece them together. Cut blocks 11" square. Cut diagonally and mix homespuns. Sew together with 1" seam allowance and trim block to 9" square.