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Quilt as you go

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by , 04-10-2014 at 03:47 AM (457 Views)
Quote Originally Posted by luckydiver17 View Post
Would any of you be worried about doing this way of quilt as you go? I know most people don't like stitching in the ditch when seams are pressed open. This way has you quilt the tip and batting, press seams open, and then add the back and stitch in the ditch. I want to try this but that makes me a little nervous, also it seems like the seams might be pretty bulky. I want to try quilt as you go but I don't want to hand stitch the back or add sashing so this seemed like a good alternative. Thanks!

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  1. bzquilter's Avatar
    I have made some of the "quilt as you go" lap quilts years ago. It's quite easy but yes, the seams are a tad bulky. You can always topstitch them down after sewing the pieces together and pressing them out. It's a quick way to make smaller quilts but I wouldn't recommend it for larger quilts. It's more for "utility" sake. There are many youtube videos on how to do this but most are for small projects like placemats.
  2. cookiemonster's Avatar
    joym RE: fly geese, I always had trouble with it, until discovered fly geese ruler now my quilts are much better.

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