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Thread: QAYG quilts

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    Here is a few..there is another post on here by laralea which gives you the directions...I use this method with a 3/8" seams....but you have to allow for it with your blocks........I cut the front 1 1/2" and the back 2 1/2"! It is a great method - but sew the seams with your walking foot! Here is some quilts....

    Front is above and back is below!
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    This is reversible - cotton one side and flannel the other - belongs to my nephew
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    I made and quilted all the bits and used the joining strips as a feature
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    I save all the extra bits from QAYG quilts and join them together!
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    Very nice :thumbup:

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    Great quilts. I have been thinking of doing at least one of these. What kind of batting do you use? I use warm & natural and it seems a little thick with this method.

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    These are so pretty, I especially like the fan type one. What is holding the flower fan? he base?

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    Nice job!

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    I love all your quilts ! Great Job :thumbup: You have a good eye for colors :mrgreen:

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    Very nice, all of them. :thumbup:

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    WOW!!! Those are all beautiful!!! Good Job :D:D:D

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    Great job! They are all so pretty that I cannot decide which one is prettier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_MO
    Great quilts. I have been thinking of doing at least one of these. What kind of batting do you use? I use warm & natural and it seems a little thick with this method.
    Hi Barb
    I like 100% Cotton - warm and natural is good with QAYG, a solid wadding is better as it is easier to work with them one that moves around..main thing is use your walking foot when joining - PFAFF machines with there IDT make it a breeze!

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