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Thread: can you somehow quilt each square

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    thankyou

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    Super Member Luv Quilts and Cats's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa
    Search the board for the qayg patterns (quilt as you go), you can also check on-line for patterns.
    Yup, quilt as you go is just what you are looking for. There are books on the subject too. Maybe you can find one at your local library, or they could get a copy for you on inter-library loan. Also check out Amazon.com for used books. You may find a good book there are a very reasonable price.

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    The sales lady in the Viking store inside JoAnne's is making a Christmas log cabin quilt as you go. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterwanabe7
    as you go along? I would love to work on a square at a time and hand quilt it and then sew it together?
    any ideas? thanx :)
    check out the tutorials section, for QAYG

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    LaceLady from the board is doing her DJ quilt this way, only she is doing it a bit different from most QAYG... you can check it out in her PDA

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewsewquilter
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-52698-1.htm

    Here is a good tute the Deb wrote.
    This is the one I want to try!

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    My first was Grandmothers Fan, from Georgia Bonsteel book Lap Quilting. You just have to leave a little space at the edges free of quilting so they can be sewed together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaurieE
    Do a Google search on Georgia Bonesteel. She has at least 2 books out on quilt as you go. She's the 'expert', so to speak.
    I agree; have all her books - never have done the QAYG though.

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