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Thread: Quilting in Sections

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    Hi Stay at home ! Thank you so much for the welcome. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. I am sure I am going to like it here and I sure can use the help and suggestions I can get from all the more experienced quilters :D .

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    Will Do !! as soon as someone explains how to send pics on this website !!! :wink:

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    Oooo this is a good thing,never heard of it.

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    I tried the Cotton Theory of Quilting with Highways and one way streets but when I got to the intersection, I had a 10-car pile up - a big lump. I do not believe this type of quilting in sections was meant for 4 blocks coming together at one spot as you are trying to connect too many layers. If you had a quilt where perhaps the layout was like a brick layout and you did not have 4 corners coming together, it might work okay. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dicey
    I tried the Cotton Theory of Quilting with Highways and one way streets but when I got to the intersection, I had a 10-car pile up - a big lump. I do not believe this type of quilting in sections was meant for 4 blocks coming together at one spot as you are trying to connect too many layers. If you had a quilt where perhaps the layout was like a brick layout and you did not have 4 corners coming together, it might work okay. Good luck!
    if you have given up on it - try this idea: how about joining the blocks with extra wide bias tape. that way they don't have to be overlapped.

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