also www.quiltville.com has free patterns, some quilt as you go I think. and a book called Quilting in Sections is good and one called Reversible Quilts too. so many out there. try your library too.
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Great resources! Quilt as you go is something I alternate when making tops. I'm so thankful for the video tutorials!
Try searching for the 6 hour quilt on YOUTUBE. It is fast and fun.
How very interesting, I was just over at Amazon looking for a Quilt as you go book.
Great idea! I like the idea of using the batting square in place of foundation paper. Great for log cabins and string quilts If you put a backing square at the back, you will have a reversible quilt!
The sashing part is a little troublesome though.
I will try this one day when I have enough mental strength of handle my scraps.
(Edited to add: Oh yes, saw the youtube tutorial on joining blocks without sashing. Cool!)
Last edited by liont; 08-06-2012 at 06:10 AM.
Get Cotton Theory book. Also watched a video on one of the sew channels this weekend on this topic and the gal that wrote the books on Cotton Theory was showing how it is done. I think I was on SewOnTV.com channel which I got from this list regarding online sewing shows.