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Thread: Quilt as you go!!!

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    What is the largest QAYG quilt any of you have made? Just finished a crib sized QAYG and actually liked it. Just wondering how large you can go using this method.

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    Couldn't you go as large as you want? I did a lap quilt using Fun and Done which is a method of QAYG and it gave directions up to king size.

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    I've made a number of baby quilts using the QAYG method described in The 6-Hour Quilt Book by Kaye Wood, and she gives instructions for making up to king-size quilts.

    I haven't made one anywhere near that big, but I don't see why it wouldn't work.

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    I did a queen size...the top of the bed section was pretty much quilt as you go...made up my own method as I went...lol. Then I added quite a few borders to get the finished size and I just stitched in the ditch with the borders

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    My current project (almost done) is a QAYG that measures 80" x 80".

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma pepsi
    My current project (almost done) is a QAYG that measures 80" x 80".
    Can you post a pic?

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    I do all my quilts this way, just divide into workable sections.

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    I did my avatar. Queen size.

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    Here is the one I did in the fun and done method it is nap size almost twin
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    I did a twin and hated sewing the sections together by hand on the reverse side (that was about 6 years ago). the front looked great though.

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