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Thread: Fun and done progress

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    Here are two rows sewn together on my fun and done, it is really quite easy and I found that using my zipper foot I couldsew the rows close to the batting.
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    Keep it up and we willo all have to copy you...that is one of the prettiest :D

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    Wow!!!! Beautiful.Keep up the good work.

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    Is this a quilt as you go pattern? Where can I find a tutorial or the directions? By the way, love the colors!

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    Here it is with 3 rows on.
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    LOVE the colors! I keep telling myself jump in and give it a try. I think you have inspired me to try it. Can't wait to see it all done. I think as soon as I finish my current WIP I will have to try a QAYG.

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    That really is looking fun! Good job.

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    Some things I have found that make it work a little better, Use the spray basing to hold the batting in place on the backing, Start piecing in the middle of each square, and use the zipper foot or whatever foot will let you stitch closest to the batting when putting the squares and rows together. Wala! pretty easy and it is fun!

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    This is so pretty.. Great job!!

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