Raggedy Bricks - Page 2

Sew all the rows together, again using a 1" seam, ...enough rows to make the quilt as long as you want it...and make sure all your seam allowances wind up all on one side!...
Now using scissors, snip all those seam allowances at 1/8" to 1/4" intervals...don't skimp on the snips just because you feel as though your wrists and thumbs may croak!

If you want the outer edges of your quilt frayed as well...stitch a 1' seam all the way around it and snip up to THOSE seams also...or...use binding on the edges...then...

Wash your quilt! 

After it comes out of the washer, you might want to shake off some of the fuzz...then...Pop it in the Dryer, and you will want to clean your lint trap often during the drying process! And...drum roll please...This Quilt is DONE!

Happy Quilting ALL!

Marcia :o)

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Here's Sandy's!  Sandy's with bigger squares!   Barbara's!  and Shane's!

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Feb 5 2002 Marcia Hohn

Traditional Block

pattern from http://www.quilterscache.com