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Thread: Qayg ?

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    Super Member Caroline S's Avatar
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    ​Super hint using the clothes pins, AKA pegs in the UK. Thanks Muv for a great idea.
    Sweet Caroline

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    You've done a great job on this quilt!

    I use QAYG exclusively mainly because I hate the quilting process on a large quilt and trying to maneuver it around. Don't worry about it matching up perfectly...no one else really sees it.
    Colleen

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    Looks great to me, very sharp looking.

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    Your quilt is awesome. I think you done a fantastic job on it. I always square up my blocks again after I quilt them. They will sometimes get wonky on you. Then add the sashing between them to make into rows. When I want to sash the rows together, I add the sashing to one side & then I lay one row on top of the first row, tops facing each other & aline it to the sashing. Then I fold down the top row just past the sashing & line the sashing that is between the blocks up & pin then fold back down & sew. Never had trouble with them lining up this way. Hope I explained it okay.

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    Wow, very pretty! Yep, would like to do one of these.

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    I didn't notice til you pointed it out. Shhuuuuush don't tell anyone. hehehe
    Stitching is Meditation in Motion

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    I agree with the posts. Been my experience that fabric is going to wiggle, nature of the beast. Spray starch/sizing, sturdy clips, even feed foot might help. Wonderful quilt, makes me happy to look at it.

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    If you hadn't said something, I would never have noticed! You did a great job!

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    Your quilt looks great. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice quilt.

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