this is the method that uses strips of fabric between the squares.
very good pictures.
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Thanks for the info, checked the site and did not know the quilt as you go pattern. This site is fun, informative. Great bunch of quilters.
Thanks for such a wonderful website and clear instructions. And you are right, there is at least 1 person that didn't know how to do this!
Thanks so much! And I am just like you...I too dream of the next project, and I love those fabrics that you picked up- it's hard to stay focused on the current projects when you find new fabric!
Great tutorial!! :D I just printed
it for future reference. It is similar
to the Fun & Done pattern, but yet
different. Thank you for the post.
:D :D :D :D :D
Here is another site that explains it just a bit differently. Some days my brain needs 2 or 3 looks at things to get it going.
I think my practice quilt is going to get done with instructions from one of these sites.
That is great! I might use it when I come to join my Baltimore blocks. Thanks BW! :D
Thanks for all the tutorials !!!! I wish I had these when I started my reversible 9 patch ! Need to say it still isn't finished :( . The only instructions I had said to cut the seam covering strips 1.25 " . Well the front was ok but the back just wasn't quite wide enough .
The first problem I had was : crappy fabric from walmart that ravelled so bad I had to rip out what I had already sewed . 2nd problem grrr was it said to zigzag the 2 eges of blocks together [ more ravelling ] . I soon gave up on it , it is still hanging on my design wall . Maybe now I can work on it again .