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Thread: Completing the backing on a quilt

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    Does anyone know know how to complete the backing on a quilt that has been quilted "on the go"?. Any help much appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Darlene

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    Boo
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    Darlene, I would love to help you, but not sure what you are asking? Are you talking about binding once the quilting is done? Are you interested in information about putting on label on the back? Please excuse me, but I just don't know what you mean by completing the backing. Please be more specific, and someone is sure to offer assistance.

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    If you're referring to the thin sashing strips used to put together the blocks for a quilt-as-you-go, then I just turn them under a bit and hand stitch them down with a blind stitch just like I would on the binding. I'm with Boo however; not sure what exactly it is you're asking here. :)

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    If it is the quilt as you go method you are referring to...quilters cache has this for instructions on how to:

    http://www.quilterscache.com/H/howtoquiltoneatatime.html
    Quilting One Block at a Time

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