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Thread: tube x quilt

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    Senior Member EdieClay's Avatar
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    What a cute quilt! Great tute.

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    Wish I could watch u tube, but dial up is so slow, is there anyway you could write down the instructions for the ones that cant see it? This sounds like a nice quilt to make for the quilts in need, I belong to........Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by pjaco
    I was looking for a tute that I saw the other day and I swear I bookmaked it (guess not) anyway, it was a tube quilt that when put together looked like black X''s throughout it. Went together lickity split ! I'm in need of a quick baby quilt and I liked the simple easy pattern. Thanks and Help
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    Could you tell me what is a strip tube quilt?
    Quote Originally Posted by larkley
    My Avatar is a striptube quilt. It's a kingsize I made using balli pops. Very very easy.
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    Hi...I saw it here at the end of April....I've been away for a couple of weeks...I bookmarked it...here's the link from the bookmark....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOWSp0mTTqE



    hope this helps....

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    I'm in the middle of finishing a piano key border for my tube-X quilt. I'll try to post a picture when the top is done.

    A couple of tips from my experience: you'll want to starch the tube before you cut the triangles and press really well or the bias edges will end up out of control! I used a simple homemade starch of 2 tsps of potato flour/starch to 250 ml of water.

    This pattern is a great way to use jelly rolls - I used an Asian fabrics one, with Moda Snow as a background.

    Have fun!

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    TY for all the links to the youtube Missouri Quilt tube quilting sites. They are so fun to watch and very helpful. I started making my first tube quilting. Wish I had a jelly roll so I didn't have to spend hours cutting strips of fabrics to start the project. Live and learn!!!

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