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Thread: Reversible quilt as you go

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    Has anyone made one or seen this done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
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    Has anyone made one or seen this done?
    I have done a number of things with this method. It works well and I thought the pattern had good picture directions as well. I did not find it hard to do.

    Good Luck

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    I've not done one of these, but it looks fun! I've seen other QAYG quilts and I'm interested in how this one might differ. I found other good information and ideas on this site; thanks for posting!

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    My first quilt book was Reversible Quilts by Anita Murphy. The instructions were fantastic and I was a complete beginner and made a beautiful quilt. My DD still loves that quilt and it has been on her bed for years. It's a quilt as you go method. If you can find her book, buy it! Reversible Quilts: An Easy New Technique (Leisure Arts #4131) Anita Murphy/ Rita Weiss.

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    The tute on quiltworks.com is the same as in Reversible Quilts by Sharon Pederson. I use it all the time and have learned to adapt the measurements as I need. Saves a lot of time and it is easy to do a large quilt. I recommend it.

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    I use the Sharon Pederson method myself. I prefer to ditch stitch the seam cover down from the front side of the quilt. I use Elmer's School Glue and my little craft iron. I put a small, thin stripe of glue along the stitches, pull the seam cover just over the glue and use my craft iron to dry the glue so it sticks. Then I flip the quilt. Stitch in the ditch from the top and voila, all done!

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    My friend made one of these for her first quilt, it turned out very well and went quite fast. She followed the directions (same web-site) and didn't have a bit of trouble. Hope this helps.

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    have not tried it yet

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    Thanks for the information. I just bought Anita Murphy on ebay..I'm thrilled with it. Hona

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    I took a Fun n Done class a while back and liked it the most of what I've seen. Not a fan of QAYG, but it was fun to learn something new. I plan on trying it again with an embroidered quilt I'm going to start soon.

    I plan on getting Sharon Pedersons book or CD.

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