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Alex Toys Fleece Knot-a-Quilt Kit

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When is a quilt knot a quilt? When all you have to do to piece it together is tie fringed, precut fleece squares together - no needles, sewing or stuffing needed to create a cuddly comforter. Kit includes 48 nine-inch squares in six cheery colors; you can craft a classic quilt tied up in rows of happily contrasting color combos in a matter of hours. Winner of Parents' Choice.

For ages 6 and up.

• Alex Toys Fleece Knot-a-Quilt Kit teaches children to create a quilt without the use of needles
• This knot a quilt includes 48 fringed, 9” precut fleece pieces that the child simply ties together to create a beautiful quilt he or she can be proud of
• The fleece pieces come in 6 colors so the finished 48”L x 36”W quilt includes a rainbow of colors that will brighten any bed
• The knot quilt can be completed in hours
• Won the Parent’s Choice award

Award Winner
• Winner of Parent's Choice


Size
Completed quilt 48"L x 36"W

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fun craft

Reviewed on: 12/27/2013 8:24:00 PM

My daughter is taking her time with this craft, but she is thrilled to watch the blanker "grow". It is a tad tedious, but can easily be put down and picked up later. Some reviews comment that the tabs are a little too short to easily tie a knot. The fabric is stretchy in one direction, but not in the other. When tying two squares together, make sure one square has the stretchy side and the other square does not - then you will always have a longer tab to easily tie the knot.

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Fun Family Project

Reviewed on: 4/19/2011 12:00:00 AM

I bought this as a gift for my young niece, but when I received it, I felt it would be too tedious for her to complete. I ended up making the quilt myself. It was great fun! I gave it to my toddler aged niece who carries it everywhere she goes. After many washings it has maintained it shape and vibrant colors. I think it would be more realistic to market this product for preteen aged children, however.

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Knot a Quilt Not Worth It

Reviewed on: 6/30/2010 12:00:00 AM

The strings at the end of the Knot-a-Quilt squares are cut too short to work with easily. I could barely work with them and my 7-year-old granddaughter, for whom I bought it, was in tears of frustration. I called the company who made it and they were supposed to send a replacement item (I could select another item of equal value) and they said it would take two weeks to show up. That was three weeks ago. Nada. This is the first time I've had any problem with a Hearthsong purchase. Everything else I have bought for my grandkids has more than lived up to expectations.

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Knot a Quilts Bring Hope to Haiti

Reviewed on: 6/11/2010 12:00:00 AM

The Knot A Quilt met our requirements on many levels; it is attractive, functional and requires a group effort to assemble in 30 minutes or less. We found the ties to be a bit short for ease of use by adults. Of course, if the ties were longer, the squares would have to be a bit larger as well. I cannot comment on the wash and wearability because all of our quilts were gifted to the needy. The response to incorporating quilt making into our custom teambuilding programs for relief packages has been great! The participants get into the activity because they support the cause and connect with the opportunity to send their love and support through a handmade quilt. The Hope for Haiti team hugs us each time we make another drop for delivery. We plan to expand the Knot A Quilt program into a charitable program to provide blankets to the homeless this fall. I can always count on Hearthsong to find unique, quality crafts and games to complement our services at Resort Sports,Inc.

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not so nifty

Reviewed on: 5/27/2010 12:00:00 AM

My 8 yr old got this for Christmas. She had been excited about it in the catalog. She quickly lost interest in it when the pieces were difficult to come together. She only put together three or four squares before she was frustrated. The squares pucker so that the quilt doesn't lie flat. It's easy to miss and tie the wrong parts together if you're young. I would have to have done the squares w/ her in order for the quilt to lay flat. I would recommend it for someone who makes the loop potholders w/ ease and never misses a loop. It's at about that level. My girl is not there yet unless I do it w/ her ( most 8 yr old girls want to do things independently). Also, the quilt will have holes where the pieces are joined.