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Thread: QAYG Blocks Outstanding Video

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    QAYG Blocks Outstanding Video

    This is probably the best video I've seen on the QAYG block method. She also leaves enough of a "hem" all around the quilt which allows you to bring the back to the front as binding (also shown on the video).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pL36...eature=related
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    I have been wanting to trythis method...thanks for posting...
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    I have been looking into this and this is best way yet. Signed up for her newsletter, thanks so much for posting the link, I really like it and so easy, And any pattern could be put together this way is the best part. Again, thank you.

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    Great video and method. Thanks for the link.
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    Looks like a very easy and perfect way to do this. I get her newsletter and I clicked on the link of the bottom of the video and downloaded the directions from her website. Thanks for this great tutorial link.
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    THanks for the link, watching the process I wondered how well it would work to use the "ELMERS SCHOOL GLUE" on that back fold where she pins, then do the stitch in the ditch from the top as she describes. I haven't tried the school glue for anything yet, but it sounds like a good option.

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    Thanks for the info.....

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    Been wanting to do a quilt as syou go, but have been a little scared of the project.
    This however, looks like it would not be difficult at all. Certainly going to try it.
    Thanks so much for sharing the link.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I think the Elmer's glue method would work perfectly on the back. The biggest trick seems to be getting the back seam in the correct place to catch it when you stitch in the ditch.

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    Thanks for this, and thank you for the suggestions on the table topper during chat last night.

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