(tutorials can be found on line so I did not set this post up as such- many bloggers and YouTube have tutorials)
4 yards of backing flannel cut into 64 pieces (10" squares)
1 yard each of 4 different flannels for the front - each cut into 16 pieces (10" squares)
Scrap batting cut into 7" squares, 64
Aurifil white thread
Spring assist sissors, I used Fiskars micro-tip sissors #5
It is an easy project
Place one flannel backing square right side down in the center of the batting and add the last ten inch square right side up on top.
Add a couple pins and stitch an X on each one corner to corner, I chain pieced mine.
Placing the squares together, back to back sew one inch seams until you have eight squares accross. Then sew the rows together the same way. (Seams to the front) eight rows down (check a tutorial for better understanding here)
Using the spring assist scissors fringe the one inch raw edges. Definitely need to add the Rag Quilt template to my wish list (Accuquilt)
Machine wash and dry to fluff
Tradition holds, I put a pocket on this quilt too only this time it is on the front AND has a zipper closure, sew cute!
Look how fluffy snugglie my new all flannel quilt is
Linking up with Sew Fresh Quilts!
Off to sew,