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Message Board > Quilters' Corner > this is pretty interesting ( Moderated by Sharon1952)

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Date: 1/13/12 10:51 PM

I've never seen this method before. What a quick quilt. Good use of strips also. Could also make strips out of blocks.

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Date: 1/13/12 11:19 PM

I have not seen it either... gee that is neat! Thank you for the link up.... .......... Hey I bet it is a great stash project...

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Date: 1/13/12 11:24 PM

I have done a couple of quilt as you go projects and it is really neat because when the top is done, except for the binding, you are done.

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Date: 1/15/12 11:25 AM

I really LOVE the Missouri Star Quilt Company's videos.

I am going to try the tube quilting next, as soon as I finish my current project. They have some really neat ideas!

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Date: 1/15/12 2:45 PM

For some reason quilt as you go methods never really appealed to me. That was a nice demo. But I like my quilting to be more dense so I suppose you could anchor each seam but then go back and fill in more quilting because everything is already smoothed and secured. I you did that with a row of blocks, you could still go back and add more quilting...

Has anyone tried this... add more quilting?
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Date: 1/16/12 9:19 AM

I thought also with this method isn't a lot of quilting. But I think that's one of the things that attract people to it. Those of us that are free motion challenged like myself lol. Or hate wrestling with a queens size quilt with a regular machine. When I first started quilting hand quilting was all the rage but I hear less and less about it now. For me personally isn't an option as I have two thumb bone spur and hand sewing really sets them off. Also can be an easier method if you are using embroidery to quilt as a whole quilt can put quite a drag on a hoop.

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Date: 1/16/12 10:16 AM

I have watched this like 3 times... I think I am going to go for it! Want to make a nice runner size for our bed to help with the cold winter that has set in. ....Thanks so much for posting it....
It seems so much more doable for me right now.... very glad to have the info!

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Date: 1/16/12 11:23 AM

Yeah I might try it also. Will do either a twin quilt or a wall hanging. It's good use up stash project. I have a lot of animal fabrics left over from my big quilt project, speaking of which I still have to bind. That's what I should work on and since the white fluffy shedding dog have left us. I could display it maybe. As it is the most ambitious and best project I've ever done. But it's backing and shashing are black. I think tgm you've just help me decide my next project. I've wanted to do something else with these fabrics. I collected quite a few animal prints.

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Date: 1/18/12 3:23 PM

Well I started on this last night. I have to say going smoothly. I better not talk too loud. I'm making it about 40" by 40" and using my wolf fabrics. You still have to safety pin or other method the batting to the backing to keep it smooth. But it does go fast. Hope to do some more work on it tonight.

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Date: 1/18/12 5:01 PM

Oh that is a good size! I am glad you like it, that is encouraging to me. I have to get help to get my fabrics out ... hope to start mine maybe soon.
Please post how it turns out when you finish & what you think of the entire project.... Thank you!.

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