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Scrappy Patchwork Quilt in Bandana Mixed Fabrics  (6" squares) - Please see photo's and ask for additional pictures if you need. 

6" squares of 100% cotton Bandana fabrics. I  am still learning the process and proper sewing techniques and how to use our long arm sewing machine. There are many mistakes and rough spots but they only add to the character and rustic look and feel of the quilt. We prewash each quilt to ensure color fastness of the fabrics and durability of the piece.  

I started playing around with quilting when I was a kid and first learning to use my mom's sewing machine. I've always been drawn to Patchwork style quilts, possibly because it was the style I remember my grandmothers both making and having in their houses growing up. One of my grandmothers gave me some of her quilting fabric scraps she had saved just before she passed, hoping someday I might be able to use them. I'm self taught with sewing and have always just tried to figure it out on my own. I started making quilts again as an adult around 2007 when I started my own business, & made them for fun mostly and gave them away as gifts. In early 2020 I started making face masks from Bandanas when the pandemic started and I saved all of my scraps as I was making them with the hope of making a few bandana quilts. Those bandana quilts are still being worked on, and in the meantime I have jumped into using all different kinds and colors of fabrics and am in the process of making a whole series of quilts in both the patchwork style and other designs. I screen print some of my own fabrics for my Balsam fir pillows which I'm incorporating into the quilts as well which is something I'm hoping to do more of moving forward. 

Quilt size - Best for Queen Size Bed or as spare blanket or throw  - apprx 90" X 100"  (Pillow Shams not Available for this quilt)

Machine Stitched in our studio in Southern Maine. Handcrafted with love and took many hours to compete as each quilt does. It may not be perfect or at a professional level but it functions just the same.

Crafted in November 2021 & Finished in February 2022 by Shane in his Studio in North Berwick, Maine.

For Custom inquiries or more information on our quilts, please contact us at info@ruffstudio.com - 

Thank you.

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    Scrappy Patchwork Quilt in Bandana Mixed Fabrics  (6" squares) - Please see photo's and ask for additional pictures if you need. 

    6" squares of 100% cotton Bandana fabrics. I  am still learning the process and proper sewing techniques and how to use our long arm sewing machine. There are many mistakes and rough spots but they only add to the character and rustic look and feel of the quilt. We prewash each quilt to ensure color fastness of the fabrics and durability of the piece.  

    I started playing around with quilting when I was a kid and first learning to use my mom's sewing machine. I've always been drawn to Patchwork style quilts, possibly because it was the style I remember my grandmothers both making and having in their houses growing up. One of my grandmothers gave me some of her quilting fabric scraps she had saved just before she passed, hoping someday I might be able to use them. I'm self taught with sewing and have always just tried to figure it out on my own. I started making quilts again as an adult around 2007 when I started my own business, & made them for fun mostly and gave them away as gifts. In early 2020 I started making face masks from Bandanas when the pandemic started and I saved all of my scraps as I was making them with the hope of making a few bandana quilts. Those bandana quilts are still being worked on, and in the meantime I have jumped into using all different kinds and colors of fabrics and am in the process of making a whole series of quilts in both the patchwork style and other designs. I screen print some of my own fabrics for my Balsam fir pillows which I'm incorporating into the quilts as well which is something I'm hoping to do more of moving forward. 

    Quilt size - Best for Queen Size Bed or as spare blanket or throw  - apprx 90" X 100"  (Pillow Shams not Available for this quilt)

    Machine Stitched in our studio in Southern Maine. Handcrafted with love and took many hours to compete as each quilt does. It may not be perfect or at a professional level but it functions just the same.

    Crafted in November 2021 & Finished in February 2022 by Shane in his Studio in North Berwick, Maine.

    For Custom inquiries or more information on our quilts, please contact us at info@ruffstudio.com - 

    Thank you.

  • Reviews

    Reviews

    Javier C

    Comfy Quilt

    The Patchwork Bandana Quilt 6x6 Squares is now on my bed and provides great comfort, as it is heavy on you and you feel cuddled and safe. It is not overly warm and compliments well with my own body heat while sleeping. Great price for a great product!
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    Details

    Current Stock:
    Width: 24.00 (in)
    Height: 12.00 (in)
    Depth: 14.00 (in)