I did my own rag garland tutorial
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    Default I did my own rag garland tutorial

    I decided to do a tutorial on my blogs about rag garlands. I pretty much make mine the same way but I use cheap twin and tie my own loops. Saves money because its more of a make do that way.

    Feel free to check it out http://thissimplelifeofmine.blogspot.com/

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    Thanks for posting this. I want to make some of these.

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    Ann,

    You are so very talented, they are awesome and so is your blog

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    I saw this on your blog, it's a great tutorial!

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    It is so funny you posted this today, I made one yesterday for DD's room. It was my fisrt time to make one. I had to sort of figure it out for myself, but I did remember where you wrote in another thread about using twine and did that. I did not have any fabric scraps in the colors I needed for DD's room so I bought some scraps at Hancock's, came home, cut them up and got busy.

    Your blog looks great!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neeley View Post
    It is so funny you posted this today, I made one yesterday for DD's room. It was my fisrt time to make one. I had to sort of figure it out for myself, but I did remember where you wrote in another thread about using twine and did that. I did not have any fabric scraps in the colors I needed for DD's room so I bought some scraps at Hancock's, came home, cut them up and got busy.

    Your blog looks great!!!
    Darn, wish i had posted a day sooner Glad you tried one, I bet it looks great. Wasn't it fun?

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    Great tutorial.

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    Thanks for posting that. I need something that will use up fabric

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    Awesome! I'm going to make these for my boys' room. Thank you, Ann!

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    More great work, Ann! Thanks for sharing with us! I so admire creativity like yours.
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    Ann, thank you so much~! I decided to make one for my mom for Mother's Day. It was so much fun and addictive. Now I want to make one for MIL for Mother's Day too.

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