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Thread: 6 Hour Quilt - ??????

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    Has anyone ever made this quilt by Kaye Wood?

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    do you have a pic of the quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerrie
    do you have a pic of the quilt?
    heres a pic taken from the show.
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    Is that the one that is pieced directly on the batting and backing? Kind of flip and stitch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgshaw
    Is that the one that is pieced directly on the batting and backing? Kind of flip and stitch?
    It looks like it--really easy. I have never made one myself, but have friends who have made them.

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    I didn't get to see the show but I'm thinking its a quilt as you go.......

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    I've even seen on that show where you do a kids top and just put fleece on the back. Anyone ever do that?

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    Here is the web site http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/cr_quilting_tips/article/0,,HGTV_3307_1376658,00.html

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    Hi!
    The first quilt as you go I did was very similar...may have even been from the same show. I was looking for the pattern for someone recently & couldnt' find it. It went pretty fast but I didn't finish the same day. I think I put the front, batting, and back together in a day but still had to do the binding. The binding took longer than the project! It turned out pretty cute with a nice set of prints and minkee back. I've not used the fleece backing but know people who have. I prefer minkee or minkee dot and have done a couple with just the print and minkee. It stays together a very long time and holds up to frequent washing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrogirl02
    Hi!
    The first quilt as you go I did was very similar...may have even been from the same show. I was looking for the pattern for someone recently & couldnt' find it. It went pretty fast but I didn't finish the same day. I think I put the front, batting, and back together in a day but still had to do the binding. The binding took longer than the project! It turned out pretty cute with a nice set of prints and minkee back. I've not used the fleece backing but know people who have. I prefer minkee or minkee dot and have done a couple with just the print and minkee. It stays together a very long time and holds up to frequent washing.
    What's a minkee?

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