This was my first one. I was going to give it to my dil but it went so perfectly on my living room sofa I had to make another one for her. Then when my husband and I separated I left it with the sofa because it looked so good. I come and visit it often tho... He is the one with the internet so I am using his computer.
A suggestion if I may...do spend the money and time going to the laundromat..costly to repair your washer..I'll attest to that..made about 10 at Christmas time, shortly thereafter the repairman showed me what jammed the pump.
You don't think there is a lot of threads that seem to work their way into the workings but there are..I even use their dryer..both their washers/dryers are commercial and do the trick.
I have a dye for my accuquilt which cuts rag squares and maybe cutting the in smaller cuts but I still wouldn't take the chance..
Also doing your sqares after sewing the centre 'x' sure makes the tagging easier..does not create a problem when sewing..
Once you make as many as I, you soon learn what to and not what to do!! Lol
YES!! I ruined my SON's washing machine! NEVER do this at home if you have a septic tank and drain field instead of city sewer! OH my... trust me on this one!~ You just don't need the extra burden on those systems.
Amen to that..luckily I had a service contract with sears, guy told me he really shouldn't have repaired on contact because it was something I did but he put it through..a good book and pocket full of change and no worries will help make rag making care free and $$$ in your pocket