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Thread: Fun & Done

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    Has anyone here ever made a "Fun & Done" quilt using Batting Buddy templates?

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    I have the template and have made some blocks, but haven't put them together yet. If it works will be a great idea. Using up my scraps too.

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    What is this? Sounds interesting. More info please. :)

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    Fun & Done check it out

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    What is a "Fun and Done" quilt? I have never heard of this but love to use scraps in my quilts. Could you give us more information PLEASE!!!
    Dieing to know all about it.

    MissTami :roll:

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    Just put Fun & Done in google and it brings up a tutorial on it.

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    Thats the one, I bought mine from Bayside.

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    I watched the tute on Bayside Quilting. I've been wanting to do a QAYG. This one looks like it might be fun & simple enough for me to do. I just haven't got the hang of free motion quilting yet!

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    Thanks for the post. I just ordered one. I think it'll be great that the cutting guides for the blocks are already the right size. I did a qayg a couple of years ago and had a hard time getting the batting the right size...of course, I picked a weird size for the blocks, which didn't help at all. Yea! Can't wait for it to come. I have a baby quilt on hold since I didn't know what I wanted to do. Think I'll try this. I think this would also be great for cutting out blocks/batting for rag quilts.

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