Self Quilting Denim Circles Rag Quilt! 5 Video’s & Place Matt!

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As you prepare your denim jeans,You’re going to cut a lot of circles.

Using tools designed for the job not only speeds up the cutting but greatly increases the accuracy and adds the extra desired effect, that everything  lines up when each piece is stitched together.

This Cutting Tool makes very accurate cut fabric  circles. It can be used anything requiring a fabric circle. Much faster and very accurate for cutting circles

Before you try to cut a circle with the Olfa Circle Cutter Watch this Demo.

Following this Video below on the Next Page is how to Cut Circles using a very accurate cutting machine.

Video on the Next Page, Cutting Circles & Piecing Them Together

 

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434 Responses to “Self Quilting Denim Circles Rag Quilt! 5 Video’s & Place Matt!”

  1. Nancy Pecor

    Jan 10. 2015

    so cute should try it

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  2. Sharon Salter Freeman

    Jan 10. 2015

    Time to go to the thrift store for jeans!! size doesn’t matter.

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  3. Judy Elsmore

    Jan 11. 2015

    I actually made this for McKenzie

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  4. Mary Marshall Moore

    Jan 11. 2015

    cool

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  5. Linda Williams

    Mar 02. 2015

    What is the diameter of the denim circle?

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 02. 2015

      Hi Linda
      I believe she is using a 6 1/2 inch diameter circle with the 4 inch square of batting and 5 inch square of fabric for the top. I love this look and what a great way to reuse old jeans.

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  6. Christine

    Mar 04. 2015

    …not for a guy though…as pictured it is much too flowery and frilly!

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    • Nancy

      Mar 06. 2015

      I used scraps that were about 3 1/4 inch square, all colors I used an old CD for a templet for the circles. next one I will use old flannel shirts as the center

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      • Nancy

        Mar 16. 2015

        What a great idea and your measurments and the cd for the circle made it even easier. Thanks so much. I have wanted to make this pattern forever but never realized it could be done on the machine!!!! Happy Quilting!

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        • keepnuinstitchesquilting

          Mar 19. 2015

          Dear Nancy,
          So glad you found it helpful. That is our goal to bring and share quilting knowledge to anyone who want it.
          The staff of Keeping U N Stitches.

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      • Shelia

        Mar 25. 2015

        I love the flannel shirt idea!

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    • joy

      Apr 26. 2015

      for a guy use bandana material

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    • Cris

      Jun 08. 2016

      you could use plaids or more masculine fabrics.

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  7. LinBeezu

    Mar 05. 2015

    This is great! I may do this rather than making a standard t-shirt quilt. I would use my son’s t-shirts as the front fabric–no stiffener required!

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  8. Nancy

    Mar 06. 2015

    I made one similar to this. I zigzagged the edges so it doesn’t fray. I used up all kinds of old jeans even ones with stains or rips as long as they washed clean the color didn’t matter. I used an old CD disk for a template. worked rather well. It is not a warm quilt but more like a bedspread

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  9. Tamaira Liverance

    Mar 09. 2015

    I was actually just thinking that t-shirts would look awesome on this. Especially ones with graphics, logos, or lettering.

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  10. Debby O'shea-Flohr

    Mar 15. 2015

    I want to make one. <3

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  11. Viola Jack

    Mar 15. 2015

    Check this out Nicole.

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  12. Nancy Bollinger Moser

    Mar 15. 2015

    Saw this one in person at the Dallas Quilt Show yesterday. On my to do list.

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  13. Nancy Bollinger Moser

    Mar 15. 2015

    Janie, Paula and Debra, this is what we were talking about.

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  14. Paula Kaye

    Mar 15. 2015

    Nice!! Great way to use scraps also!!

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  15. Kathryn Trapp McNeal

    Mar 16. 2015

    Following.

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  16. Wendy Iehl

    Mar 17. 2015

    Im making one of these, really pretty easy, but im doing a king size, so i may be working on it forever

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  17. TUNIE

    Mar 17. 2015

    I have also cut mine out from a cd templet I can’t seem to get them to line up. HELP… is there a video on how to do this?

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 19. 2015

      Hi Tunie,
      I found a video I think that may help you. this video uses a pre cut circle that has hash marks for aligning the edges, I believe the hash marks are and inch in from the edges. a CD is 4 3/4 in diameter there for the square for then insert should be 3 3/4 inch square. and the batting although not necessary should be 1/2 inch smaller than the square making it 3 1/4 inch square. 3 inch square should work as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekIpUeAM-Cw
      Hope this helps
      Staff of Keeping U N Stitches

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  18. Name (required)

    Mar 17. 2015

    I want to make my granddaughter some pillows using this pattern, will regular cotton material work or will it unravel around the edges to badly?

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  19. Sandra Meade Grudzen

    Mar 18. 2015

    Christie Musick…here is a denim quilt

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  20. Alejandra

    Mar 19. 2015

    This quilt is lovely, good idea, thanks for sharing

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 19. 2015

      Alejandra,
      Your Welcome, Glad you found it helpful.

      Staff of Keeping U N Stitches.

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  21. Jean Dunkel

    Mar 20. 2015

    i made one of these with accuquilt die its gorgeouus

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  22. Connie

    Mar 20. 2015

    I used fabric from grandma, grandpa, dad, mom, etc for the center fabric. Ask each for an old shirt, skirt, apron, etc. Makes a beautiful memory quilt.

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  23. Susan Harri

    Mar 20. 2015

    I have the pattern for this too!

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  24. Erin Grammer

    Mar 20. 2015

    Jeri Oakes Judi Jenkins Erin Grammer

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  25. Linda Rainey

    Mar 20. 2015

    cathedral pane, it is beautiful

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  26. Fiona Pott

    Mar 20. 2015

    Perfect heirloom for her grandson…he will treasure it all of his life, that is if it survives the washings!!

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  27. Barbara Hansen

    Mar 21. 2015

    Lots of machine s$#%&!@*ching and these are heavy but very serviceable

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  28. Sherry Grafton

    Mar 21. 2015

    Nice.

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  29. Joanne Hagen

    Mar 21. 2015

    Eileen- have you done this one?

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  30. Linda Hamann

    Mar 21. 2015

    I did that and it wasn’t to hard

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  31. Ruth Mendez

    Mar 21. 2015

    This is so easy

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  32. Carolyn Dickson

    Mar 21. 2015

    Love this Quilt! Wish I had one for my bed!!

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  33. Sue Varner

    Mar 21. 2015

    I made one it is awesomely easy

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  34. Lori Neavoll Bentley

    Mar 21. 2015

    I am working on one. Taking more time than I thought it would. But very beautiful.

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  35. Pam Semchych

    Mar 21. 2015

    Just what I was looking for!

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  36. Tina Cecil

    Mar 22. 2015

    I want to learn this. Have plenty o f scraps.

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  37. Tina Cecil

    Mar 22. 2015

    Rhonda Otterbien lunge how big are your squares. It’s beautiful.

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  38. Tina Cecil

    Mar 22. 2015

    Does anyone know the size of the s quality squares or what would be easy for a beginner.

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  39. Betsy Zimmer Faske

    Mar 22. 2015

    I need one of those Olfa Rotary Circle Cutters to make the entire process easier! It sure would beat tracing around plates all day long!

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  40. Verona Kay Beguin

    Mar 22. 2015

    Great use for old jeans.

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  41. Verona Kay Beguin

    Mar 22. 2015

    Might be too heavy to sleep under but works for a picnic blanket.

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    • Annie Buckley

      Mar 27. 2015

      A picnic blanket… YES!! I hate to take my really good blankets or quilts out to lay on the ground. Too much stuff gets stuck in them and is hard to keep nice.

      But a strong denim coverlet type blanket would be just perfect! And who does NOT have old demin jeans around? I like the flannel shirt idea.

      I shop at a local Goodwill Store for fabric for costumes, etc. You can find all sorts of large pieces in skirts, men’s shirts (because they are bigger), bedspreads, drapery, table cloths, etc. Go on Senior Day for a good discount on top of their special tag color discount and it is quite economical.

      Thanks for sharing this pattern with everyone! I LOVE the colors found in faded denim! 😀

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  42. Stephanie Haney

    Mar 22. 2015

    Love them!

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  43. Helen Hunt

    Mar 22. 2015

    Just take a large coffee lid for the circles.

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  44. Penny Wickham

    Mar 22. 2015

    Can you tell me what seam allowance to use when sewing the circles together?

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 24. 2015

      Hi Penny,
      The seam allowances for sewing the circles are more about the size of the circle and the center square size. if using a 6 inch circle then use a 5 inch square. To sew the side seams for attaching the circles together is about 1/2 inch at the widest point. if you are using a smaller center square your seam allowance will be deeper. When sewing the circle flap down to the top it is a 1/4 inch seam. Also it is a good idea to clip the edges of this 1/4 inch seam to just shy of the seam threads to help them fray better when it is washed, Be sure to check you dryer vent lint trap a few times while drying because all the loose threads can pug up the dryer vent quickly!
      Hope this answers your question.
      Thanks for visiting us
      The the staff of Keeping U N Stitches Quilting

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  45. Ann Mac Donald

    Mar 22. 2015

    i totally want to make this!

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  46. Shirley Chaplin

    Mar 22. 2015

    I made one of these. I enjoyed working on it. It turned out just like the one shown in the picture. They do turn out heavy though. I made it for my mother but due to her bad shoulders she couldn’t handle it.

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  47. Ruth Mendez

    Mar 22. 2015

    Mary Clark, I am making one of these quilts in the center I am using different bandanas,.So far so good

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  48. Donna Dempsey

    Mar 22. 2015

    I made a memory quilt with my bro’s jeans and shirts like this. It was fun.

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  49. Gwen Engelbert

    Mar 23. 2015

    This is my next project

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  50. Carol Dailey

    Mar 23. 2015

    my next project!

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  51. Marilyn Garman

    Mar 23. 2015

    Looks like fun!!

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  52. Renee Ellis

    Mar 23. 2015

    Here a go Sharell Ross and Peggy Becker

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  53. Havanne Jean Mixon

    Mar 23. 2015

    Now I know why you have a Bucket of jeans. Haha.

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  54. Daphne Baker

    Mar 23. 2015

    Heaviest quilt i ever made

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  55. Bonnie Alexander

    Mar 23. 2015

    i really like this one

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  56. Barbara Ferrell

    Mar 23. 2015

    Melvina are you quilting again?

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  57. Linda Brewer Perry

    Mar 23. 2015

    I’ve not made the quilt yet, but I have made several sofa pillows. They are so much fun.

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  58. Reginal Gibson

    Mar 24. 2015

    Love this

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  59. Jeff-Suzanne Dotson

    Mar 24. 2015

    i just purchased a circle template for cutting jeans. Looking forward to making a few of these

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  60. Susan Shore Juarez

    Mar 24. 2015

    Amy Long Pacheco, this is really pretty. It is not a traditional cathedral window but it is a lot less complicated! A traditional cathedral window involves a lot of fabric folding and hand work, this adaptation could all be done by machine quite quickly. And… I like it! 🙂

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 24. 2015

      Thank You Susan,
      So glad you found the videos interesting!

      Staff of Keeping U N Stitches Quilting

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  61. Paula Barnes

    Mar 24. 2015

    carolyn, have you tried this?

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  62. Margaret Thomas

    Mar 24. 2015

    I made one for my granddaughter with white muslin and it is very heavy. It is called Cathedral Windows and it does require a lot of time.

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  63. Wendy Hagen

    Mar 24. 2015

    would love to try this,

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  64. Annie Buckley

    Mar 24. 2015

    Thie colors are what caught my initial attention… but then I saw it was a way to recycle old jeans! I only have about 50# of them stored away! 😀

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  65. Mary Partsafas

    Mar 24. 2015

    Must make one of these.

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  66. Kay Tomblin

    Mar 24. 2015

    I want to do this

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  67. Janice Ingham

    Mar 24. 2015

    my kinda quilting

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  68. Sandi McEwen

    Mar 24. 2015

    This quilt is easy. It’s fun and fast.

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  69. Wendy Davenport Teeter

    Mar 24. 2015

    Donna Edwards this is it..

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  70. Hilda B. Gamble

    Mar 24. 2015

    made a couple of these, fun and easy, but turn out heavy!

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  71. Carolyn Wilcoxon

    Mar 24. 2015

    This looks cool to make

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  72. Shelia Melvin Heverin

    Mar 25. 2015

    been saving up jeans waiting for the perfect pattern. This may be it.

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  73. Donna Edwards

    Mar 25. 2015

    I really like this!!

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  74. Nancy Ralston-Alberts

    Mar 25. 2015

    LOVE THIS!!!

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  75. Karen Boelter

    Mar 25. 2015

    Sorry this is a comforter, not a quilt.

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    • Nancy Sipes

      Mar 27. 2015

      I think it is a quilt not a comforter. It has 3 layers, one of which is batting. Depending on how you sew the center fabric into the circle it is also quilted. For example if you make an x to hold the batting and fabric in place, it is quilted. Interested in what others think about this.

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  76. Judy Beebe

    Mar 25. 2015

    These are very heavy. Great for picnic quilts!

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  77. Janis Ipsen

    Mar 25. 2015

    I have this almost ready to go, just have to cut my fabric, I also used different colors of denim

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  78. Linda Estrada

    Mar 25. 2015

    I think I can make this

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  79. Carolyn Yeager

    Mar 25. 2015

    I like!

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  80. Janie Esser Manus

    Mar 26. 2015

    Cheryl, I thought you’d like this. 😉 Easy, durable and beautiful.

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  81. Agnes Spivey Harris

    Mar 26. 2015

    I love this quilt. I made one for my niece and she loved it.

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  82. Betty Maynard

    Mar 26. 2015

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  83. I am making this for my nephew from his late dads clothes. It is so easy to do and turning out great.

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  84. Karen Clark

    Mar 26. 2015

    I love that pattern. Saw a quilt at the Kennett Fair a few years ago. Wasn’t made with denim but with white and it was beyond beautiful.

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  85. Colette Marie

    Mar 27. 2015

    I found directions on Pinterest for a pillow and I got the dimensions for the size quilt I needed on another site

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  86. Marilyn Long Chandler

    Mar 27. 2015

    made one regular and two doll quilts with this pattern. We loved them

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  87. Mary Bettie Form

    Mar 27. 2015

    Like a rag quilt?

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  88. Barbara Feeler

    Mar 27. 2015

    Deb Deb Minnie Taylor- Conaway this is a variation of the quilt I’m making right now.

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  89. Judith Ann Forehand

    Mar 27. 2015

    I need to try one.

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  90. Judith Ann Forehand

    Mar 27. 2015

    Please tell us where?

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  91. Julie Walker

    Mar 28. 2015

    I’m working on making this one

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  92. M. Susan Rodgman

    Mar 28. 2015

    Really cool and easy!

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  93. Gail Greenisen

    Mar 28. 2015

    Wonder if grandchildren would like this????

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  94. Joanne Chapman

    Mar 28. 2015

    so cool!

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  95. Diane Dornberger

    Mar 28. 2015

    Gorgeous!

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  96. Megan Patterson

    Mar 28. 2015

    Do t open this link. It has a virus

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  97. Kelley McCall Puckett

    Mar 28. 2015

    Love this!

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  98. Susan Kitchens Puente

    Mar 28. 2015

    You can order the pattern from Nancy’s notions

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  99. Charlene Strey

    Mar 29. 2015

    You should do this one Lee

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  100. Cheryl Martz

    Mar 29. 2015

    Yep I keep everything I can before have to throw something away I have made quilts pagans and other stuff buttons dish rags etc

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  101. Doreen Hewitson

    Mar 29. 2015

    I made one of these for my son. Easy, yes. Fast, not so much.

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  102. Susie Oberg

    Mar 29. 2015

    Very cool!

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  103. Teresa Davidson Mercer

    Mar 29. 2015

    Hey Janie Davidson, like it?

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  104. Annette Jackson

    Mar 29. 2015

    I love this

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  105. Cheryl Burmeister

    Mar 30. 2015

    Well if you are getting it made for my birthday , you better get moving! Ha!

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  106. Jeff-Suzanne Dotson

    Mar 30. 2015

    I’m working on this pattern too. Going to use seek and find type fabrics. Will embroider the list of items to find on the back as side

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  107. Karen Bob Snavley

    Mar 30. 2015

    Awww, that is so awesome! Pretty quilt with loving memories.

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  108. And it weighs a ton. Great for camping and picnics!

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  109. Bev Thompson

    Mar 31. 2015

    Or go to Quilting With Charlie and purchase all the acrylic templates to do this faster and without spray glue etc. I’ve used these templates many times to make this pretty, self binding, self quilting blanket. I love it!

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  110. Bev Thompson

    Mar 31. 2015

    Exactly what I purchased. I love the templates…so easy to do!

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  111. Raylene Bement-Salazar

    Mar 31. 2015

    Bev so happy to hear that!!

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  112. love this

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  113. Diane Colclasure Snell

    Mar 31. 2015

    I love this!

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  114. Rhonda Myers

    Mar 31. 2015

    Good idea to keep in mind.

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  115. Maureen Hawks Rosetti

    Mar 31. 2015

    OH yeah I remember seein git this way too

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  116. Linda Angyal

    Apr 01. 2015

    Next technique!

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  117. GaryandPam Jones, this is pattern I can’t pull up. If you can please print for me.

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  118. Could someone upload pattern?

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  119. Anita Quaranta

    Apr 01. 2015

    I love the pattern and color of this quilt.

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  120. Kathy Kinder

    Apr 01. 2015

    Love this pattern, going to try it. Janet Dudding check this one out. LOL

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  121. This is my next project.

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  122. Cathy DeYoung

    Apr 01. 2015

    I want to make one of these.

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  123. Joyce Williams

    Apr 01. 2015

    Awesome

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  124. Grace Jepson

    Apr 01. 2015

    I love this too!

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  125. this would be one heavy quilt. I like rag quilts. Great for kids

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  126. Sonia Stone

    Apr 02. 2015

    Wow I like it

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  127. Kristin Phillips

    Apr 02. 2015

    Love it, but one would have to restrict the size or it would be too heavy.

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  128. Mary Ann Koonce

    Apr 02. 2015

    I would love a written pattern. Is that possible?

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  129. Dianne Baker

    Apr 02. 2015

    This looks like my mother quilt

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  130. Suzanne Wood

    Apr 02. 2015

    This is so Awesome.

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  131. Brenda Rivers

    Apr 02. 2015

    I’m making one for expected baby, but it will be made with cottons and not denim.

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  132. Jody Price

    Apr 02. 2015

    This technique is different than the Cathedral Window and much easier.

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  133. Barbara Cox

    Apr 03. 2015

    I’m working on one now!

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  134. Becky Griffith

    Apr 03. 2015

    Made one several years ago, just cat fabric and jeans.

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  135. Dixie Lythell Gramke

    Apr 03. 2015

    Why does it keep coming up an adverti$#%&!@*t for cars when I click on the quilt? I wouldn’t ever buy one of their cars…nor try to go to the keepnuns$#%&!@*ches again!

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  136. Betty Mills

    Apr 03. 2015

    Yes, I have started one,also

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  137. I can see doing this with regular fabric for the circles and the addition of a flannel square between the print square and the background.

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  138. Susan Kitchens Puente

    Apr 03. 2015

    Started this today for my niece..

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  139. Maxine Richard

    Apr 03. 2015

    I plan on making a denim strip quilt, & using this pattern for pillows to go with quilt. Awesome pattern

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  140. Carolyn Moses

    Apr 04. 2015

    very beautiful

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  141. Dee A Roll

    Apr 04. 2015

    Want instructions!

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  142. GaryandPam Jones, that circle cutter I bought at the villages will come in handy for this one.

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  143. Debbie Horton

    Apr 05. 2015

    Show your mum Heidi Nicholls

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  144. Ginger Gartner

    Apr 05. 2015

    Love this one wish I had one

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  145. Mable Cochran

    Apr 05. 2015

    I’m going to do this I don’t much like rag quilts but this I like

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  146. Mary Shoemake

    Apr 05. 2015

    What size are the circles?

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  147. Dawn Longcroft

    Apr 05. 2015

    Pauline Warwick this might be of interest to your lady that wants to do cathedral window. Xx

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  148. Shirley Potter

    Apr 06. 2015

    Love this

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  149. Virginia Severns

    Apr 06. 2015

    Like, took me a while to note how it is made. I made me a full Cathedral Window quilt from muslin and 2 baby quilts fron flannel and using baby prints that fit into the windows. The all came out nice. This looks good as well. May be able to make ine sometime, think I would like it.

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  150. Delores Wisenbach

    Apr 06. 2015

    i have to get back to quilting

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  151. Laraine Meti

    Apr 06. 2015

    Linda ree

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  152. Loretta O'Connor

    Apr 06. 2015

    this is the next quilt i am going to make

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  153. Janice Boies Minton

    Apr 07. 2015

    Megan I am saving fat jeans for you!

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  154. Nancy Hyre

    Apr 07. 2015

    Beautiful

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  155. Linda Orton

    Apr 07. 2015

    Have one like this, it’s easy.

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  156. Christine Maher

    Apr 07. 2015

    Here’s one for us Paulette Warren Tavenor

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  157. Awesome! Let’s do it!

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  158. June Schumacher Crofts

    Apr 07. 2015

    I have seen one. They r VERY heavy!!!

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  159. Gayle Watts Daves

    Apr 07. 2015

    I made this one for a king bed. Took forever, but it’s the prettiest one I ever made.

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  160. Par A Daulton

    Apr 07. 2015

    great

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  161. Ruth Rhodes Taylor

    Apr 07. 2015

    I made one of these, but not wiith Denim

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  162. Debi McVey

    Apr 07. 2015

    I knew I was keeping all of these old jeans for a reason. Lol

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  163. Joyce Moran

    Apr 08. 2015

    Cathedral windows is very heavy w/out any batting or open edges to fray.

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  164. Joyce Moran

    Apr 08. 2015

    The cathedral window version of this is very time consuming and heavy without any batting. No edges to fray, and a lot of hand work. Is beautiful.
    This version w jeans looks heavy also. If made w/out batting looks like would still be warm.
    I think I will try using old men’s ties for center.
    Or already cut 5 inch squares. Then just figure the jean circle diameter to cover the square.

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    • Gailmom

      Apr 12. 2015

      I used a Corelle bread plate for my denim circles, diameter 6 ¾ inches, then cut 5 ½ ” squares of coloured fabric and 4 ½ ” squares pre-washed flannel for the batting. Zig-zagged all edges so no fraying. Made a coverlet for a twin bed – 11 x 18 circles (about 1 row overhanging on each side only). It is very heavy so don’t think the flannel was necessary – still great though. Grandson loves it!
      I have since bought a circle rotary cutter and am anxious to try it for the next quilt like this that I make! Should be a lot easier on the thumb!

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  165. Rhonda Hjort

    Apr 08. 2015

    Wow

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  166. Donna Posey

    Apr 08. 2015

    Looks like cathedral windows and I haven’t worn jeans in about 30+ years. CRAZY HARD to find the right fit and I’ll be Damned to spend more than $20.00 for jeans. I remember buying jeans at “Jeans Galore” for $5.00, sitting in the bathtub with them on in hot water so that the 100% cotton would fit my body. Yeah, I’m old and not so stupid to buy torn up jeans when I can see a perfect pair myself

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  167. Rosa Wadsworth

    Apr 08. 2015

    Awesome! Love it!!

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  168. Amma Jackson

    Apr 08. 2015

    Thank you so much. It is actually my grandson. He is growing so tall that this quilt is about too short so I am looking into making a new one in another year or so!

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  169. Sherry Oliver

    Apr 08. 2015

    Betty Treadway

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  170. Teresa Lima

    Apr 09. 2015

    No body know how much and love is in that. 🙂

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  171. Lois Bogue

    Apr 09. 2015

    in progress… fun to do

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  172. Lisa Sandygren

    Apr 09. 2015

    That’s the one!

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  173. Janice Price

    Apr 09. 2015

    Liked this

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  174. Like

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  175. Frances Williams

    Apr 09. 2015

    Very heavy once it grows to any size, but easy to do.

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  176. Karen Stamos

    Apr 09. 2015

    WOW! LOVE THE OLD JEAN USE! I have a bag full. Knew I kept them for something~ I tried to make a sample square and Im not sure I have the peeping windows right!

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  177. Jan Olheiser

    Apr 10. 2015

    I have made these for our grand daughters they are fun to do

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  178. Nathalene Wallis

    Apr 10. 2015

    I have a throw made from jeans. I love it

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  179. Elvira Kanesta

    Apr 10. 2015

    It’s definitely on my TO DO list! Looking forward to making this! 🙂

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  180. Hjordis Perkins

    Apr 11. 2015

    I am going to make one!

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  181. Alice Puckett-Gamble

    Apr 11. 2015

    Love this

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  182. Sue Cook Altimore

    Apr 11. 2015

    I love that rag quilt. Wish I still had all the denium jeans I had saved for years.

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  183. Genelle Munhausen Long

    Apr 11. 2015

    Maybe no quilting but those cathedral window blocks are a real challenge.

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  184. Kay Kelsch

    Apr 12. 2015

    Beautiful!

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  185. Marina Krüger

    Apr 12. 2015

    super !!

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  186. Alison Flynn

    Apr 12. 2015

    F

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  187. Edna Bloom-McCoy

    Apr 13. 2015

    You can find the pattern on pinterest.

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  188. Sandra Perkins

    Apr 13. 2015

    I want to make this quilt!

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  189. Annie Baca-Flores

    Apr 13. 2015

    Luv this

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  190. Judy May Bogie'

    Apr 13. 2015

    Very nice!

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  191. Teresa Brunker

    Apr 13. 2015

    I’ve got tons of blue jeans!!!

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  192. I would like the pattern !

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  193. Glenda Davis Cowart

    Apr 13. 2015

    Love it

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  194. Tania McMahon

    Apr 13. 2015

    Kathy. Liking this one

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  195. Kathy Bailey

    Apr 13. 2015

    Pinned it and will check it out

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  196. Janine Hubbs

    Apr 14. 2015

    Looks awesome!

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  197. Christine Shannon

    Apr 14. 2015

    Shaadaye Watene do u have a sewing machine ?
    Mila Yorkavic see the last video on Rag quilt easy

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  198. Laura Burks Tonsi

    Apr 14. 2015

    We need to do this

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  199. Denise Pritchard

    Apr 14. 2015

    That’s nice

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  200. Kathy Shotts Blanke

    Apr 14. 2015

    I made one of these for my grandson, Ryan.

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  201. Lois Casey

    Apr 14. 2015

    I am going to try this one cutting out circles and square now

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  202. Yvonne Jordan

    Apr 14. 2015

    my quilt like this is sort of heavy, but the warmest quilt I own!

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  203. Helen Sowards

    Apr 14. 2015

    This is so amazing!

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  204. Jennifer Budek-Meyer

    Apr 15. 2015

    I’ve wanted to make one of these with leftover denim but also my husband’s old uniforms when he retires from the air force. They look like they would hold up well if I used them in our camper. 😀

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  205. Laura Burks Tonsi

    Apr 15. 2015

    Diana Belieu Day I want to do this with you.

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  206. Sally Kosnick

    Apr 15. 2015

    Love this!

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  207. Judy Verhaegen Harper

    Apr 15. 2015

    I really like that

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  208. Diana Belieu Day

    Apr 15. 2015

    We should try it!

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  209. Flora Ventura-Bycroft

    Apr 16. 2015

    Very nice. I like you choice of colors and contrast.

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  210. Flora Ventura-Bycroft

    Apr 16. 2015

    Wonderfully nostalgic. Great idea.

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  211. Laura Burks Tonsi

    Apr 16. 2015

    I’m in save your jeans

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  212. Nancy Doll

    Apr 16. 2015

    My favorite quilt growing up was the blue jean quilt my mom made for my 3rd birthday…needs some TLC, patches and repair right now, but I still have it a 51 years of age. It had the miraculous ability to be cool when I had a fever or it was hot outside but kept me warm on cold and snowy nights.

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  213. Shirley Calkins

    Apr 16. 2015

    Interesting

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  214. This one is mine. Used my husbands old flannel shirts.

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  215. Alice Brooks

    Apr 16. 2015

    Just received this pattern. Can’t wait to start it. Going to use Dans flannel shirts and jeans

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  216. Jean Murphy

    Apr 17. 2015

    real neat i will try it soon.

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  217. Been saving jeans for this one for awhile now.

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  218. Laura Green

    Apr 17. 2015

    Donna Schinkel this is the video

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  219. Vivian Pearson

    Apr 17. 2015

    I have mine nearly finished enjoyed every minute.

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  220. Dianne Smith Carpenter

    Apr 17. 2015

    I have plans to make quilts with Jim’s clothing, this looks good buy only if I do it by machine. Did your friend sew hers by machine?

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  221. Brenda McClure Lain

    Apr 17. 2015

    I used a country crock butter bowl lid and a square that fit right inside. Is a fast and fun quilt toke. Takes more time to cut the pieces. I zig zagged the flaps and it kept it from raveling and left an interesting design on the back

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  222. Barbara Adams Kramer

    Apr 17. 2015

    I have been working on a quilt like the Denim Rag one only I used old Tee-shirts for the circles and denim squares, you will not need any thing extra to keep warm.

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  223. Florence Meir

    Apr 17. 2015

    Beautiful

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  224. Cathedral windows are made very differently ! You make each with two squares Then each window has to be joined when done, this I think looking at pattern you quilt as you go !

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  225. Linda Sager

    Apr 17. 2015

    So pretty’

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  226. Bridgid Ann Murray

    Apr 18. 2015

    Its a much simplified version of cathedral window. Very nice!

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  227. Bridgid Ann Murray

    Apr 18. 2015

    Yes! The effect is similar but very much easier…only done cathedral window once and it was very labour intensive. Think you could do this with lighter material, tacking a narrow turning on the edge of the circle, so that it could be s$#%&!@*ched down without a frayed edge. Wpuld look even more like cw.

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  228. Bonnie Maas

    Apr 19. 2015

    Sharon Olejnik, i will help you!

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  229. Shelly Stasiewicz

    Apr 20. 2015

    Working on mine now. So much fun!

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  230. Larinda Moore

    Apr 20. 2015

    I am making a rag quilt at this time and they are put together similar

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  231. Cindy Stroud Matthews

    Apr 20. 2015

    Yes, cathedral window is what my grandmother calls it too. I have 1 she made years ago.

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  232. Bobbie Mangrum

    Apr 20. 2015

    This quilt was great to make. With one message to friends/family I had most of the jeans I needed. When it came time to put the squares in, I discovered it was a really hot/heavy quilt to work with! Now the queen size quilt has been remade into chair cushions for my outdoor furniture. Please take the weight of the quilt into consideration before you start!

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  233. Bonnie Osborn

    Apr 21. 2015

    🙂

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  234. Gloria Freeman

    Apr 21. 2015

    Do you like Barbara Pressley

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  235. Patsy Carroll Wood

    Apr 21. 2015

    I’m making this quilt now. I think it going to be really pretty.

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  236. I would like to learn that technique.

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  237. Joey Scott

    Apr 22. 2015

    LOVE THIS!!!!!!

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  238. Catherine Bockheim

    Apr 22. 2015

    Uh oh

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  239. Shirleen Miller

    Apr 22. 2015

    Not a quilt

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  240. Now that is my kind of quilt. Think I am going to try make one!

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  241. Audrey Tuftin

    Apr 23. 2015

    Made this quilt and live it, but fast and easy it is not 🙂

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  242. Marsha Hamann

    Apr 23. 2015

    I like!

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  243. Linda Orazi Garcia

    Apr 23. 2015

    Very cool idea!

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  244. Jackie Girard

    Apr 23. 2015

    I have to finish mine

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  245. Love this

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  246. Nancy Beecher

    Apr 24. 2015

    Jackie what do you think of this?

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  247. Karen Grandin

    Apr 24. 2015

    Hardest one I’ve ever made

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  248. Kathie VanDeraa

    Apr 24. 2015

    Is there a way to “pin” this?

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  249. Eileen Peppard Decker

    Apr 24. 2015

    My favorite quilt pattern! Cathedral!

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  250. Laura Maynard

    Apr 25. 2015

    Gorgeous

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  251. Leanne Watkins

    Apr 25. 2015

    Love this

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  252. Just finished this. Love the way it turned out…but boy were my arms and shoulders sore by the time I finished. This is one heavy quilt! 🙂

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  253. Kate Hammer

    Apr 25. 2015

    It,s Beautiful

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  254. Phyllis Perry Tidd

    Apr 26. 2015

    I like it

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  255. Ila Balsano Utley

    Apr 26. 2015

    Called

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  256. Pamela Meunier

    Apr 27. 2015

    Noreen Rude!

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  257. Noreen Rude

    Apr 28. 2015

    Yep – might have to be a summer project!!

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  258. debra dill

    May 29. 2015

    ok, I looked threw all the comments and did not find my problem…I have all the fabric cut out (6 1/2 blue jean circle, 5″ square of ACU army fabric and a 4″ square of fleece) but now I am having problems sewing the circles together. they are not staying in a straight line. What am I doing wrong? any hints on keeping these straight? I made my 6 1/2″ template myself and traced around each one.

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    • LT

      Jul 21. 2015

      you can draw lines on the denim circle to fit the fabric square. It makes it much easier to keep everything lined up!

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  259. Candace Leusner

    Jul 17. 2015

    Mine with denim and candy fabric

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  260. Victoria Hallstead

    Jul 18. 2015

    My grandma made one out of scrap material years ago, im lucky enough to have it! i think its called a cathedral. not sure. but i love seeing it elsewhere.

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  261. Hope Thomas

    Jul 18. 2015

    @[1330660816:2048:Hope Thomas]

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  262. Laureen Larson

    Jul 19. 2015

    Have done this

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  263. Pauline Glover

    Jul 20. 2015

    Beautiful going to have a go at making one x

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  264. Sonya Taylor

    Jul 22. 2015

    bump

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  265. Amanda Egbert

    Jul 22. 2015

    Need to do this with my scraps and basket of old jeans.

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  266. Ruth Ellis

    Jul 22. 2015

    Made plenty of these quilts. Great for males and very comfy

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  267. On my to-do list, been saving Doug’s old jeans.

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  268. Connie Hilton Osborn

    Jul 23. 2015

    I have made two of these quilts, one for my daughter and one for my husband using their old jeans. Did not use a die cutter, but a pattern in a quilting magazine. They are pretty heavy when completed. Plugged up my washer filter each time I washed one after the fringing was done.

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  269. Linda Lewis Pickens

    Jul 23. 2015

    I want one

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  270. Renata Williams

    Jul 23. 2015

    My first one made and wash just once.

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  271. Renata Williams

    Jul 23. 2015

    My first one made and wash just once.

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  272. Kathie Bell

    Jul 24. 2015

    Following

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  273. Deborah Smith Froese

    Jul 24. 2015

    kylee froese, kenzie froese, taylor erin, meghan redden

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  274. Carmen Jarosz Colón

    Jul 25. 2015

    I love it!

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  275. Rita Snow Silvas

    Jul 25. 2015

    Copy pattern for me Barb…no printer and I have tons of jeans just waiting for this quilt!

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  276. Maxine Richard

    Jul 26. 2015

    Working on this quilt now. Very heavy. It is quilted…you quilt as you go when sewing down the flaps. Sewing 5 rows at a time, then sewing them together. I used 340 – 6 & 1/2″ denim circles for a full size quilt. Love the design and well worth the effort!

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  277. Linda Jett Britton

    Jul 26. 2015

    Love this one

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  278. Carolyn Woodard

    Jul 26. 2015

    Very easy and I have had a lot of fun making this one!!

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  279. Shirley Chaplin

    Jul 27. 2015

    This was so fun to make.

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  280. Shirley Chaplin

    Jul 27. 2015

    This so fun to make. I alternated the dark and light denims.

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  281. Amy Saari

    Jul 28. 2015

    @[100000214047892:2048:Cristina Marie Bone] you must see this !!!!!!!!!!

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  282. Becky Burke

    Jul 28. 2015

    I am making this now, hope it turns out

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  283. Marion Brown

    Jul 29. 2015

    Love this!

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  284. Jean Honeycutt

    Aug 01. 2015

    Made this quilt this year

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  285. Kay Daniel Sisemore

    Aug 03. 2015

    ..

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  286. Debbie Kersey Jackson

    Aug 03. 2015

    If you use jeans you need to go around each block so it will hold together. I had mine done and go around each block to keep it from separating.

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  287. Tammie Zemler

    Aug 04. 2015

    Now that is a project to use all the jeans that have ac$#%&!@*ulated over the years! AND all the little scraps hanging around!!!

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  288. Susan Felt

    Aug 05. 2015

    I bet it is a heavy too

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  289. Kimberly Hanna

    Aug 05. 2015

    Love this!

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  290. Sandra Pearson

    Aug 07. 2015

    Neat

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  291. Ginger Gartner

    Aug 08. 2015

    I want one

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  292. Wow. Love it!

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  293. Tammy Wingett

    Aug 09. 2015

    @[100006296951363:2048:Lisa Powell]

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  294. Lisa Powell

    Aug 09. 2015

    Love it! Have you looked at any tutorials or videos about how to make it? From the comments, sounds easy!

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  295. Carol Rea

    Aug 09. 2015

    @[100000422436145:2048:Jean Harris]

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  296. Patsy Carroll Wood

    Aug 09. 2015

    My finished quilt, it is very heavy!

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  297. Veronica Stack

    Aug 09. 2015

    @[1483510176:2048:Jeanne Farmer]

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  298. Betty Jane Lucas

    Aug 09. 2015

    I have made this 3 years ago and love it.

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  299. Sue Dales

    Aug 10. 2015

    I made this to sell in church to raise funds for a wheelchair.

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  300. Linda Zisko

    Aug 10. 2015

    Made one..ONE of these monsters. The recipient loved it, never again. Weighed a ton.

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  301. Sandi Frank Lynd

    Aug 11. 2015

    Have one a these in the making…. Awesome!

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  302. Michele Slocum

    Aug 11. 2015

    love it

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  303. Lesa Broad

    Aug 12. 2015

    Kerri w

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  304. Meg Holcz

    Aug 12. 2015

    This is too cool!

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  305. Marie Hubert

    Aug 14. 2015

    Working on one right now.

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  306. Trudy Congdon

    Aug 14. 2015

    Another winner.

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  307. Lee Ann Gatewood

    Aug 14. 2015

    @[1255759903:2048:Cindy Roggow Young] what do you think of this one?

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  308. Grady Stephens

    Aug 15. 2015

    See here sis @[100000415726256:2048:Eunice Stephens VanPelt], you can make a pretty quilt from old carhartt’s.

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  309. Sure is pretty! You provide the carhartt’s. I don’t have any of those on hand. lol

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  310. Lois Payne

    Aug 16. 2015

    This looks like a great play quilt. What do you think @[745260929:2048:Laura McArthur] and @[1464835643:2048:Bonnie Wright]?

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  311. Lucinda Collins

    Aug 16. 2015

    My sister Sue has made close to 100 of these as gifts

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  312. Bonnie Wright

    Aug 16. 2015

    go for it Lois, I like the contrasting denim with various prints

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  313. Charleen DiSante

    Aug 17. 2015

    @[1500456785:2048:Anne Fairbanks]…still thinking about that jeans quilt.

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  314. Honor B. Tupper Manuel

    Aug 17. 2015

    @[1207115270:2048:Christine Manuel]

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  315. Florence Graham Cullen

    Aug 17. 2015

    @[1231312500:2048:Jane Cullen Boden]

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  316. Corine Mckay- Flear

    Aug 18. 2015

    I made one of these really cool

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  317. Mary Pollock

    Aug 19. 2015

    I want to do this!

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  318. Brenda Houston

    Aug 19. 2015

    I’ve been thinking about making one of these. I’ve been collecting denim for about 30 years

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  319. Betty McInturff

    Aug 20. 2015

    Great idea!

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  320. Chris Woodall

    Aug 20. 2015

    It would weigh less if denim shirts are used instead of jeans.

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  321. Mary Marshall Moore

    Aug 21. 2015

    Really cool

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  322. i have made 2 of these so far. first one was very heavy & #2 i made i didn’t put any batting in it & it’s much better.

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  323. Hendrixetta Watts

    Aug 24. 2015

    I started one of these and it was not easy to make.

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  324. Ruth Turner Bailey

    Aug 25. 2015

    So pretty!

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  325. Ruth Andrews

    Aug 26. 2015

    Very pretty and a different take on denim quilts I’ve seen.

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  326. Gillian Devlin

    Aug 28. 2015

    @[100003910626351:2048:Connie Russell] an idea for ur denim stash!
    @[100000059159089:2048:Ruth Moore], @[100003161828421:2048:Petula Tinsley], @[100000666041232:2048:Debbie Tinsley] @[596084359:2048:Leanne Adair], @[100000215963715:2048:Melissa Doig]

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  327. Connie Russell

    Aug 29. 2015

    Not a bother, I’ve done it a few times, let me know who’s interested. Cutting the circles is the worse part, takes so bloody long, so you’ll all be cutting your own! Lol x

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  328. Linda S Peters

    Aug 29. 2015

    Cathedral Window quilts are really heavy when done in regular cotton…This thing must weight a ton.

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  329. Karen Eastham Bohannan

    Aug 30. 2015

    my aunt made me one of these quilts and I love it

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  330. Carol is this the one you made.

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  331. Carol Mierley

    Aug 30. 2015

    Yes it is.

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  332. Bev Allen

    Aug 31. 2015

    LOV!!

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  333. Lee Masciarelli

    Aug 31. 2015

    Is this like an Orange Peel which we quilt as we go? Loving these quilt as we goes;) Done is done, not, “I still need to quilt that top” thing!

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  334. Susan Muncy

    Aug 31. 2015

    Love this

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  335. Mari Petersen

    Sep 01. 2015

    @[100000169817321:2048:Brenda Van Wert], help me make this!

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  336. Claudia Blakley Bolles

    Sep 01. 2015

    @[100001745258147:2048:Deb Gerdes] I really like this

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  337. Kathy Ramona Byrd

    Sep 02. 2015

    I’m about half done with one in corduroy..I do love it

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  338. Jeanne Mellott, do you have this pattern? It looks like a fun project for the winter months!

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  339. Vang Power

    Sep 04. 2015

    I love & made a lot of rag quilts every year.

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  340. Gail Arntsen Erickson

    Sep 04. 2015

    Might try this as I have piles of jeans.

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  341. Karen Perry

    Sep 04. 2015

    I have lots of denim and am considering trying this.

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  342. Linda AndMike Wall

    Sep 04. 2015

    Michele Malone look at this one.

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  343. Jane Clarke

    Sep 05. 2015

    I can’t wait to make one of these. I see a winter project coming!

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  344. Amy Saenz

    Sep 06. 2015

    @[100001210552906:2048:Phyllis Carpenter]

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  345. Ida Kesseler

    Sep 06. 2015

    like

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  346. Leona Acoose

    Sep 07. 2015

    madea couple of these, real easy and quick to finish.

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  347. Rena Sawyer

    Sep 07. 2015

    I bet you could do this with Chinos, too.

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  348. Terri Postnikoff

    Sep 09. 2015

    @[100001444858711:2048:Wendy Egilson]

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  349. Peggy Leslie Bailey

    Sep 11. 2015

    Love this

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  350. Esther Moore Lancaster

    Sep 11. 2015

    I made a cathedral window quilt with muslin. Love the look with the jeans! May have to make another one.

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  351. Rosmarie Candy Musick

    Sep 11. 2015

    I absolutely love this.

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  352. Sharon Cafferky Fleury

    Sep 12. 2015

    that’s awesome

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  353. Thressie Venning

    Sep 14. 2015

    This is the one I want to try to make. When can we get together?

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  354. Diana Navarro Gholson

    Sep 15. 2015

    I knew i was saving all those jeans for a reason

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  355. Carla Michale Edington

    Sep 17. 2015

    I LOVE this – I’m going to make one.

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  356. Judy Francis

    Sep 20. 2015

    Go to Pinterest and you’ll find all kinds of tutorials for these type quilts.

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  357. Mary Lou Dean

    Sep 21. 2015

    I love this!

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  358. Debbie Ledger

    Sep 23. 2015

    Brenda John Kilgour, here is this quilt again!

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  359. Maxine Richard

    Oct 28. 2015

    I made one with jeans & blue & yellow fabric and it was fun to make, but very heavy! One of my favorite quilts.

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  360. Helen Hood

    Oct 29. 2015

    Beautiful I made two for my granddaughters they love them

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  361. Here you go Shirley Blair!

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  362. Lyndsey Thomas

    Oct 30. 2015

    Believe it or not you can mess up on this quilt I did remember to quilt every row before putting the next row on or it’ll look wrong lol every quilter has that one project they mess up on yea this one’s mine I am so sad I saved up so many jeans I just rushed and didn’t watch the video close enough so redo I guess lol

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  363. Gotta check this out

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  364. Shelby Erickson

    Oct 31. 2015

    Absolutely not quick!!!!

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  365. Susana Perez

    Oct 31. 2015

    So sweet,Cindi, you need to show me how!

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  366. Peggy Ware

    Oct 31. 2015

    Really pretty.

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  367. Cyndi Beam

    Nov 01. 2015

    This mine !!!

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  368. Judy Collier

    Nov 01. 2015

    Vicki Ganje. This is the one I asked you about. This one had a video so I got the materials and have one cut out and ready to sew. Thanks.

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  369. Brenda Dotson

    Nov 01. 2015

    is this the same as the Cathedral Windows ?

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  370. Vicki Ganje

    Nov 02. 2015

    I can’t remember what your question was.

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  371. Ann Wilson

    Nov 02. 2015

    Hope to get started on one soon, if I don’t decide against it!

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  372. Gail Pierce

    Nov 02. 2015

    Paula Potts This is the one I wanted to make!

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  373. Barbara Kuiken

    Nov 02. 2015

    This is on my list of quilts to make, when i get around to it

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  374. Paula Potts

    Nov 02. 2015

    That’s cool looking!!

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  375. Barb Pinz

    Nov 02. 2015

    Linda Druar

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  376. Barb Pinz

    Nov 02. 2015

    Sorry, Linda Druar, I want to make this quilt

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  377. Judy Collier

    Nov 02. 2015

    I couldn’t find a way to print a pattern. The video is better.

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  378. Linda Angyal

    Nov 03. 2015

    I like yours better! Must be much lighter weight & softer!

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  379. Traci Erb Miller

    Nov 03. 2015

    It wasn’t overly heavy. The back is flannel and the centers are cotton fabric.

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  380. Nathan and Laurie Yoder

    Nov 03. 2015

    We would like to subscribe to your email newsletters, please.
    laurie_wallick@yahoo.com. Also, do you have a Facebook page?

    Thanks,

    Lorili Design, Inc.

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Nov 03. 2015

      Lauri, We do have a Facebook page. It’s very active and hopefully you’ll find it something you can use for yourself and others.

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  381. Pat Isbell

    Nov 03. 2015

    How is it self-quilting? I couldn’t see the video?

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  382. Liz Wilgers

    Nov 03. 2015

    That is my quilt!!!!

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  383. Traci Erb Miller

    Nov 03. 2015

    Thank you everyone for liking this quilt.

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  384. Traci Erb Miller

    Nov 03. 2015

    I gave it to a friend that was declared breast cancer free recently.

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  385. Shirley Short

    Nov 03. 2015

    Not as easy as it looks.

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  386. Agnes Bartlett

    Apr 08. 2016

    I love this pattern. I started one about 20 years ago , I do plan to finish it one day !!!

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  387. Annette Lawrence

    Apr 08. 2016

    Honey Shannon Barron, AngieBill Chaney, Regina Fultz, Carolyn Merrick

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  388. Peg Lamping

    Apr 08. 2016

    I made this a month ago but it’s very heavy. It is for a twin bed

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  389. Jeannie Lillo

    Apr 08. 2016

    Gonna try this

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  390. Audrey Buttar Copses

    Apr 09. 2016

    I tried this pattern. I found cutting the circles extremely difficult to do and gave up.

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  391. Nancy Cich

    Apr 09. 2016

    Need plastic template and small rotary cutter, cut a few every day 🙂

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  392. Audrey Buttar Copses

    Apr 09. 2016

    Nancy Cich I used the Fancy fancy Olfa circle cutter. Saw an online video about it and thought it would be great to use. BIG time fail.

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  393. Rose Harris

    Apr 09. 2016

    Audrey Buttar Copses I think they sprayed that baisting stuff on the mat then run the cutter on it. But even that stuff is sticky I’ve tryed several times to make these and just give up to I love making the rag blankets from squares

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  394. Audrey Buttar Copses

    Apr 10. 2016

    I used the spray as well. Just made a mess. I was so disappointed, as I love the rag quilts as well but I get tired of the same thing.

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  395. Lucidell Smoczyk

    May 23. 2016

    I have made several of these and they are so fun.

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  396. Linda C Brown Hamm

    May 23. 2016

    I want to make a “garden quilt’ the next time I make one, using green fabric instead of denim, and flowered fabrics for the centers!!

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  397. Glenys Masson

    May 24. 2016

    Rowena Morgan

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  398. Elizabeth Edwards

    May 24. 2016

    Pretty

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  399. Rowena Morgan

    May 25. 2016

    thats the one! Really want to make this but cannot afford the denim at tpresent. It goes into the wish list.

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  400. Kathy M Wilkins

    May 26. 2016

    Cute idea!

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  401. Harriet Amacher

    Aug 20. 2016

    I made one of these but not happy with the way it turned out. I will try another because I realized why I didn’t so well. The quilt is cute.

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  402. Mary Kathryn Pizzello

    Aug 20. 2016

    I made one for our son and DIL. The circles were denim and the squares were fabrics that our DILs grandmother had used over the years from different garments/projects. I was pleased.

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  403. Lynda Nations Short

    Aug 20. 2016

    Perfect for all the denim I’ve saved over the years!

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  404. Cyndi Beam

    Aug 20. 2016

    This one is the one I did !!

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  405. Carrie Jo Bartos

    Aug 20. 2016

    I made one for our daughters graduation. My husband’s farm jeans and my nurse scrubs for the fabric so she would always have a piece of us with her wherever she goes in life.

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  406. Johanna Wilson

    Aug 20. 2016

    Mary Brewster Edie made one of these!

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  407. Karen Buttari

    Aug 20. 2016

    Love this!!!

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  408. Carolyn Magnuson

    Aug 20. 2016

    Looks like the cathedral window quilt.

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  409. Lee Ramella

    Aug 21. 2016

    What did you do wrong? I’m still stitching circles together, would like to avoid a potential mistake… Would you please share?

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  410. Harriet Amacher

    Aug 21. 2016

    Well, to begin with, I quilted all the way through to the back but it just didn’t work for me. I don’t mean the denim circles, I stitched around every little animal. Just made the back look scrappy. The measurements needed to be bigger. The circles should have been at least ten inches instead if the seven. I think that was the measurements. Not recalling. Anyway the quilt is much too small even for s little dude. I sent it but I’m in the process of making a bigger quilt for this little boy. Hope to have it done by Christmas.
    The original one will make a really cute wall hanging. Hope my daughter in law will do that. I have the pic on computer and if I knew what I was doing I would show you. Anyway, good luck with your quilt. I’d love to see it when your finished. The part that was most troublesome was the stitching thru to back. Not hard but just didn’t work well.

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  411. Hannelore Scott

    Feb 13. 2017

    Up and running ✅

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  412. Carol Mierley

    Feb 13. 2017

    Made one of these. Use it every day.

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  413. Shirley Blair here are your cathedral windows

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  414. Shirley Blair

    Feb 13. 2017

    Thanks I love it. How could it be used every day?

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  415. Marcile Lewis

    Feb 14. 2017

    Renee Livingston

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