RAG QUILT - Custom

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These rag quilts! They are the softest, cuddliest and snuggliest of all quilts.


Crib quilt - measures approx. 36x45" (please choose 8 fabrics)
Toddler quilt - measures approx. 45x64" (please choose 9 fabrics)
Lap Throw quilt - measures approx. 54x54" (please choose 9 fabrics)
Large Throw quilt - measures approx. 59x67" (please choose 10 fabrics)
Twin quilt - measures approx. 66x88" (please choose 9 fabrics)
Full quilt - measures approx. 84x96" (please choose 10 fabrics)
Queen quilt - measures approx. 88x96" (please choose 11 fabrics)
King quilt - measures approx. 105x96" (please choose 11 fabrics)
(The amount of fabrics that I've asked you to choose insures even distribution, however feel free to choose less than that number. I don't mind uneven distribution if you do not)

You can choose your own fabrics at http://meanderandmake.com/. List the 'names' of your fabrics in the box provided. I will send you a proof of your fabric selection to insure that I have all the correct fabrics. You can also use this time to make changes in your choices if you see that all your fabrics are not working together.


top layer- designer cotton fabric

middle layer- all-natural, long staple pure virgin cotton batting

bottom layer- 100% all natural buttery soft cotton the color of oatmeal.


All rag quilts come standard with ivory cotton muslin (it gets softer and softer with each wash).
If you prefer me to colorfast dye your ivory backing another color, please visit this listing to add that option to your quilt




I DO OFFER PAYMENT PLANS happily! Please read about them in my store policies section before contacting me for setup.




All my items are made one at a time on a small scale. You are truly purchasing a handmade item.

All edges have been cut and frayed, washed and dried to give it a nice soft, cozy feel.



Machine wash and dry.


Rag quilts originated in the frontier when people lived too far away to go to stores, nothing could be wasted. They were made with many different types of recycled fabrics. Today we cut and fray them to give them that old timey look.


I wrote a post on the easiest way to choose fabrics for your custom quilt here