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How to Make a Raggedy Denim Quilt with Faux Fur - InfoBarrel

A Faux fur denim raggedy quilt, is warm, cozy and durable and a great way to recycle your denim jeans. If you have a lot of old denim jeans laying around, or you can get more, then this is a great quilt to make.

jean quilt...cheap idea for keira's bed. Extra layer of warmth. Uses up all those jeans in the basement.

cheap idea for keira's bed. Extra layer of warmth. Uses up all those jeans in the basement. Some good photos of other quilts showing different colours

Cutting Jeans for Quilt Blocks | This Ladys House

My husband lives in denim. As a result I have a HUGE basket of jeans that he no longer wears. I am anxious to turn his old pants into a durable quilt for camping but first I need quilt blocks.

Blue Jean Rag Quilt / The Way Grandmama Does It:-got to try, seems simple enough for a beginner to try.

Got old blue jeans that are worn or don't fit stashed in your closet? Turn them into something warm and fuzzy. A blue jean ra.

Patchwork denim quilt tutorial from Maura Grace Ambrose of Folk Fibers via Mollie Makes

Another take on a denim quilt.the handstitching looks awesome. - Patchwork denim quilt tutorial from Maura Grace Ambrose of Folk Fibers via Mollie Makes

Creative Chicks: Denim Quilt  backed with twin sheet and didn't quilt or tie

Creative Chicks: Denim Quilt - wow, good way to reuse old and loved jeans. Back with satin fabric and great to snuggle under on the couch!

Pattern by Inventive Denim: Denim Circle Rag Quilt

Pattern by Inventive Denim: Denim Circle Rag Quilt. Really like the fabric paired with the denim.

denimn rag quilt; this is the blog I used to cut the jeans.

This denim rag quilt uses two layers of flannel with one of denim for each square. The three layers are then sewn together-- diagonally in each direction. Extra heavy, extra warm-- and extra raggedy seams.

Rag Quilt Instructions by Chandra D.

The Edge of Reason: The Perfect Winter Project: Rag Quilts (instructions included) I am trying to use up my existing fabrics. This looks like a great and quick way to do it!

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