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October 02, 2008


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Oh we love no sew things. This would be fun for the girls to make. I love the fleece you used. Clarice


I love this. I've been wanting to try one of those and now I have the directions. Thanks! And oh- that is really pretty fleece fabric- I love that pattern. I am thinking these would make great Christmas presents.


Hmmm....I see some Christmas presents here! I didn't know that fleece came in such a pretty design! Thanks for sharing!

Cathy Santarsiero

Really pretty, Susan. So you didn't have to put a stitch or tie in the center or anywhere else to keep it from shifting? Love the fringe. Cat ^..^


Oooh that is so pretty and awfully useful too.
I must admit we used our hot water bottles to warm the bed last night ~ and after having a lovely summery week in Devon last week too this week seems terribly cold & wintery.
Love Alison x


Great idea and sweet inspiration!
Thanks so much!


I love this project. That is going to make one warm coverlet! I used a similar method to make fringy bola scarves for my shop several years ago. They were fun and the young girls loved them. :-) Rosie


I coach Girls volleyball, can't wait to make these easy blankets for them to take to tournaments!!!!

Phyllis A. Kern

Love the look of the no sew quilt and it is fun to make

Amanda @ Serenity Now

I loooooove that pattern. I had 2 of these for my oldest. They kept her carseat so toasty. Now I want one for ME. ;) Visiting from Kimba's party. :)

Bunny Jean

I love those blanket/throws. They are SO warm! The colors you chose are really nice.

Talk to you soon ;)
Bunny Jean

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