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Thread: Quilt as you go machine method...very easy and quick - Tutorial

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    Quilt as you go machine method...very easy and quick - Tutorial


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    http://maureencracknellhandmade.blog...lt-as-you.html - this link will show you the back side...this is a wonderful method. I can't wait to try it.

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    very simple maybe.. for me. i will have to try that...hope i can...
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    thanks for sharing
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    thanks for sharing..never tried quilt as you go method...will check this out

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    I took a class long ago for this, can't remember the teacher's name. She had several quilt books published. It is for when you want the back to be in one piece and not joined in squares. It takes more quilting time but looks great.
    Got fabric?

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    Very interesting technique.

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    It looks easy, but wouldn't quilting with the batting down cause an overwhelming amount of lint in the bobbin area?
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    love this I am going to try it beats the way i do it I have alot of hand work to do after it is quilted

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