Show Off Saturday: a cozy {spooky} rag quilt

{Update!} The tutorial for this Cozy Rag Quilt is done! Visit it here.

I know it’s barely summer, but fall fabrics are hitting the stores and I couldn’t resist making a soft and cozy (not to mention spooky) rag quilt. If you haven’t seen them yet, these fabrics are from the Spooktacular Eve collection by Maude Asbury for Blend.

Nevermind that it’s 90+ degrees outside, we can’t stop using this quilt. There’s something about a rag quilt that makes everyone want to get under it. My kids have put it on a rotating night-time schedule so they all get to take a turn sleeping with it (but not me, lol).

Not to toot my own horn, but I think I have hit upon the perfect combination of cute quilting cottons, fuzzy flannel, and cozy fleece. This rag quilt is beautiful, soft, and warm (but not too heavy). Hopefully I’ll find the time this weekend to type up a tutorial for Monday. 🙂

So, are you summer sewing or ‘following where the fabric takes you’ like me?

So, what have you been sewing up this week? Did you make something with one of my free sewing tutorials or patterns? I would love to see! Tag me on Instagram @sewcanshe.

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Happy Sewing!

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  1. Allison Babcock says:

    I love the rag quilt! I just recently made one out of my denim stash. It is getting used for all our baseball/soccer games, outside movie nights, picnics, etc. Cracks me up your kids worked out a rotating schedule for the quilt but didn’t include you in it. At least you know it is loved and they are sharing. =)

  2. Ooh I love your gorgeous quilt, looks super cozy. Thanks for hosting the linky party. I look forward to checking out the entries 🙂

  3. Too cute! Even the pictures evoke a sense of relaxation enveloped in total softness! Is the flannel the inside layer? Would LOVE a tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

  4. PLEASE add a tutorial on how your beautiful rag quilt was made! I need all the help I can get! I really like this! Thank you!

  5. This rag quilt is fabulous! I’d also love to see a few details on how you made it.

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