***UPDATED*** The on line pattern for this quilt has been removed. But, if you are interested, I have posted a tutorial for the pattern HERE
This is a quilt I made for my son, Jacob, from his old blue jeans and flannel. I used his out-grown boxers for some of the squares. (Is that bad?) He loves this quilt. Its kind of heavy and he can't hurt it because all of the fabric has been washed and dryed countless times before it ever evolved into a quilt. I just throw it into the washer and dryer or like the picture, hang it on the line.
Its handquilted, which was kind of hard since the jean material is so thick!
The pattern came from here .
There is also a great tutorial for this quilt here.
An update on the Wolf Wall Hanging. I took out the puckered stitches and have been machine quilting diagonal lines 2 1/2 inches apart. It looks pretty good, but I seem to never learn that the lines printed on fabric aren't straight. I've been wanting to make a doggie quilt bed for Dave, our dog, and it came to me that this is the perfect doggie quilt for him. It has wolves on it, its a dark color, and it can be washed easily. Best of all, Dave doesn't care if the lines are straight or not, or if there are any puckers!!! Great solution for how to use this quilt. I still have another panel just like this and believe me I'll know how to make it the right way!!!
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