This is latest quilt I have finished for my son.
It’s a raggy flannel quilt with flannel front and back.
This is a type of quilt-as-you-go quilt and it was super easy.
Often they are done with just squares,
but mine has rectangles as well, a block called a Disappearing Nine Patch.
The fabric is mostly a kids print from RJR Fabrics that I had been saving.
It has starting to cool down here in the last few weeks
so I wanted to create something snuggly for this winter.
Here’s what the back looks like:
Very basic navy and white – try to ignore the fluff!
Looking forward to some snuggling 🙂
A Garden of Threads says
Wonderful quilt, a great snuggle quilt for a cool night reading or watching TV. Have a wonderful weekend.
Beautiful! I'm sure he will love it.
it must be very comfortable to snuggle under this lovely quilt!
Oh wow, this looks amazing! I love the pattern of squares and rectangles. Have not seen this before.
Flannels are super nice to snuggle up in.
I haven't seen a raggy quilt with rectangles before–great stuff! It looks very snuggly too. 🙂
Nice the see the disappearing 9 patch done as a raggie. Very handsome.
Shannon w/ Monkey Dog Quitls says
I LUV rag quilts, especially denim ones! The denim rags out sooo good. 🙂 I've made one myself for my sister. Awesome quilt! Sew On!
Katie B. says
I know your son must love this! Very cozy.
Such a soft and cozy looking quilt. I bet your son loves it.
You did an awesome job!
I'm hosting a blog party tomorrow and I'd love it if you linked up!
Happy Cottage Quilter says
What a great quilt. Looks so snuggly.
Those two quilts look very snugglie so I think you should be fine in the chilly weather.
Lovely and very snuggly – I love that you did a D9P raggy! Nice job!
What a super snuggly quilt. It is bound to get lots of love.
I love it!
Thanks for linking up to Saturday is Crafty Day at along for the ride!
What a cute banket! I have only seen this done in squares or rectangles…never a combination. So cute!
Thanks for linking up! I hope to see you next week!
What a fun quilt; first time I've seen this method. Great job too!
Amy - Park City Girl says
What a fun and snugglie quilt! Thanks for sharing 🙂
So cute! My son has a quilt in this fabric, Super soft and cuddly. I haven't seen a disappearing 9 patch done raggy style before. Well done!
Stephanie Lynn says
What a lovely quilt! I just adore quilts but have never tried making my own. You've done a fabulous job! Thanks for joining The Sunday Showcase. I greatly appreciate it! Hope you have a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn
I LOVE LOVE LOVEEEEE quilts so much!
WOW what a great looking quilt!
Twenty-five years ago, I made one of these for my son…he loved it! Very nice snuggly quilt!
Rag quilts rock. They get softer and snugglier the more they're used!
This is so gorgeous! I'm a rag quilt freak but i don't know how to make them. I have two in the family room that I bought years and years ago and they are still going strong. Wonderful!
What a beautiful snuggly quilt!
Lovely design. Such a delightful snuggly, cuddly quilt. You did a great job.
Lovely quilt, the colours are good.
Jill from Women Who Do It All says
What a good use for old jeans, I have so many around my house, I need a project for them. Thanks for sharing, it turned out great!
Those look so comfy! I would love to snuggle up with one! Thanks for linking to Hoo's got talent!
It looks so soft & cuddly:) Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday!
Awesome job! I know all about that darn lint….I made a rag quilt for a friend for her baby and the lint clogged up my washing machine filter several times. It sure turned out cute though! Thanks for linking @ It's Party Time Thursday~PonyTails&FishScales!
nice quilt==looks so comfy!! and i love disappearing 9 piece and have used it a few times.
Hi there! I have ALWAYS wanted to make a raggedy quilt and haven't….yet! Lovely!
great combo of disappearing 9patch and ragtime. It is interesting to see the trends in quilting. I'll bet if this festival was about6 years ago there'd have been tons of rag quilts-but this is the only one of seen so far this time.
Love this with the D9P – adds so much more dimension.
Stephanie Lynn says
What a gorgeous quilt! You have done an amazing job on this. I really would love to tackle a quilt one day. Great inspiration. Thanks so much for joining The Sunday Showcase Party. I greatly appreciate it! Hope you are enjoying your week! ~ Stephanie Lynn
a little lovely says
ooo, this is so cute! i totally had plans of making one of these with some cute fabric i bought but i just never got around to making it. thanks again for linking up to my saturday soiree!
Love your quilt!
Thanks so much for linking it up! I hope you will join me again for this week's link up party!
Estelle Giroux says
What was the squares size you started with?
Tonya Grant says
Hi Estelle, I don’t have this blanket any more but from memory they were about 10″ or 12″ square. I hope that helps, Tonya