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Thread: Quilting blocks then sewing them together

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    Senior Member momto4's Avatar
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    I had read something awhile ago... i thought it was on the boards here about quilting blocks separately and then sewing the quilting blocks together, I cant seem to find it anywhere...something that you could do with a smaller/cheaper sewing machine. Does anyone happen to know what I am talking about or where I can find it?

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    That sounds like Fun and Done to me, just go to search and type in Fun and Done, voila :thumbup:

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    Fun and Done
    Quilt as you go (QAYG)

    There are other names too. Several different methods. Try googling both of the above and there are excellent tutorial on the net :D:D:D

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    Awesome!!! I have been working on my quilt sampler got a few more blocks done I will put up some pics tomorrow. It is coming along well! I was just trying to remember where I saw that and what it was called. I think I would like to try that next so I can do it on my small machine (and small quilting table) and see how it turns out! ya'll are so quick!! Thanks!

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    I did a practice quilt sort of by the fun and done method and it worked pretty well for me. Probably exceptionally well considering I had no clue what I was doing!

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    Can't wait to see your pics!!

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    sounds like what some of the gals do on here called quilt as you go. i haven't tried it yet

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