Has anyone ever tried the quilting in sections procedure for putting quilts together? I have a couple of books I purchased from Amazon.com on this procedure.
Instructor at Viking shop told me about the process and how much easier it is than the usual way of sewing completed blocks together to make quilt top. You complete one block at a time, and then cut the backing and batting and put together with completed block plus sashing and then quilt the block. You procede this way with all the blocks you are using and then sew all blocks together and, voila', your quilt is done except for the borders and binding.
Sounds pretty nifty to me...has anyone ever tried it yet? This has been around for years and is making a resurgence in popularity, at least around where I live. Local quilt shop is even giving classes in it.