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DIY Flannel Baby Rag Quilt

by Jillee
OK…I feel like today’s ONE Good Thing should be worth like TWENTY Good Things because it definitely took long enough! lol. BUT….it was so fun!!! And now that I’ve done one…I feel confident that I can make the next one better AND do it faster. Oh…I guess I should back up. Today’s One Good Thing ...

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My mother has made one of these for my daddy, herself, my brother, my sister-in-law, my daughter and me. Ours have scraps from old flannel shirts and other saved fabrics mixed in with new flannels that she bought. She has also made one for each of my cousin's three little girls and for my best friend's new baby. They are precious! They are made of 'cutsey' baby flannels.

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