Quilt Patterns

How to make Rag Quilt


A Rag Quilt, also known as a flap quilt, is a cozy, rustic type of quilt that can be made from soft fabrics such as flannel. Below I will provide a basic guide on how to make a patchwork quilt:

Necessary materials:


Fabrics of your choice (flannel recommended)
Sewing machine
safety pins
Acrylic blanket or other filling material
Step by step:

Choose fabrics: Select the fabrics you want to use for your quilt. Flannel is a good choice because of its softness, but you can use other fabrics that you like.

Cut the scraps: Measure and cut the fabric scraps into squares of uniform size. It is recommended to use squares measuring 15 cm to 20 cm on a side. You will need three layers of fabric for each square.

Assemble the blocks: Take three fabric squares and place them in pants, fabric right side up. Align the edges of the squares.

Make the seams: Using a sewing machine, sew around the edges of the squares, leaving a seam allowance of about 1 cm. This helps to hold the fabric layers together.

Repeat the process: Continue cutting and sewing the squares of fabric so that you have enough fabric squares to assemble the desired size quilt. Keep in mind that the finished quilt will be a little smaller in size than the individual blocks due to the seams.

Assemble the quilt: Arrange the sewn blocks of fabric in a desired pattern. Line up the edges of the blocks to create the inner ones, then join the outer ones together to form the quilt.

Sew the invites: Using the sewing machine, sew the block invites together, aligning the edges and leaving a seam allowance of about 1 cm.

Add batting: Place acrylic batting or other batting material between the back of the quilt and the last block opening. Make sure the batting is even with the edges of the quilt.

Finish the quilt: Fold the edges of the quilt inward and sew around the entire perimeter to secure the seams. Make sure all edges are securely fastened.

Finish: To get the look of a cloth quilt, use scissors to make small cuts along the edges of the quilt, close to the seams. Cut through the fabric layers, leaving a small seam allowance. This will create a frayed effect when the quilt is washed.

Keep in mind that this is just a basic guide to making a quilt. You can adjust the size, design and materials to suit your personal ears. Have fun and enjoy


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