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  • Robin Melton

    Bandana quilt (with tutorial) perfect to keep in the car for that impromptu summer picnic! Fun and easy. Would be a fun beginning quilting project for kids!

  • Stephani Howell

    Bandana blanket (with tutorial) perfect to keep in the car for that impromptu summer picnic! So Bandanas are super cheap at walmart and this quilt would be awesome for when we go for a picnic.

  • Kerry McCullough

    I've made these and they are great beginner sewing projects! Kerry Bandana quilts are so easy to make. Perfect for picnic or bleachers... Great picnic blanket idea!!

  • Tristen Goldsmith Troutner

    Bandana Quilt Tutorial: Perfect to keep in the car for that impromptu summer picnic! Bandanas are super cheap at Walmart and this quilt would be awesome for when we go for a picnic.

  • Michelle

    Bandana quilt (with tutorial) perfect to keep in the car for that impromptu summer picnic! So Bandanas are super cheap at walmart and this quilt would be awesome for when we go for a picnic. Great first sewing project

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