I read several threads on the Quilt as You method, saw several You Tubes on it, but I just haven't tried it yet. Yesterday as I finished this Full sized quilt top for my Grandson, I said to myself, "there is no way I'm going to work that under my small machine throat. So a light bulb went off. I said to myself, well when they machine quilt everyone suggest starting in the middle, they also like the elmers glue verses the pins. So, what if, I cut the batting in 4 pieces starting at the middle, glue, quilt, and then add another one next to it. Well, I was able to roll the two sides and used Rubber Bands to hold the rolls in place as I quilted as much as I go do on the 1st piece. Just added the 2nd piece, and you know, it works well. The only thing I had to do was overlap the two pieces and then cut them so the seams would match perfectly and glue down. I think I like it. Not finished yet though, saving the edges for last so my quilting would be continuous..