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Thread: Old pattern

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    Old pattern

    About 6 years ago I watched 2 quilters making a double sided tablecloth, with same pattern different colours each side. It was quilt. As you go but no batting/wadding.
    I remember it was from an old magazine which may have gone back even further. I can't contact these people so help.
    I thought it would also make a very light weight quilt
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    I would think any quilt as you go pattern could be done this way, just pick one and give it a try.

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    As long as any two tops without batting are the same size, you could "birth" them and have your tablecloth. They wouldn't need binding this way.

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    I had thought of these ideas but the one I saw made was made as they went both sides quilt as you go.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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