What makes these quilts most interesting is a large variety of fabrics, so I suggest that you use:
8 different flannel fabrics – 5/8 yard each (makes a 42”x 35” quilt)
10 different flannel fabrics – 7/8 yard each (makes a 42” x 70” quilt)
If you choose to use only two fabrics, then you would need 2 ½ yards of each for the small size quilt (42” x 35”)
Bring fabric that is prepared to work with. Which means, pre-wash the fabric and dry in a hot dryer. Flannel has a tendency to shrink quite a bit, so it is very important to pre-shrink the fabric. Press the fabric, and re-fold with the selvedge edges together, so that the folded edge is also even (no bunches).
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