Have any of you ever tried this "quilt as you go" thing? I started this 5 or 6 yrs. ago. Had it packed away until I dragged it out today, so it's wrinkled, but I think I may finally finish it.
I read that the actual quilting is the worst part for some of you.........well, me, too. That's why this intrigued me when I saw it some yrs. ago.
With this method, you start with a backing block and a block of batting , then piece the quilt to the front, sewing through all 3 layers. Then you sew the front (pieced) seams together and slip stitch or blind stitch the back seams.....I know what stitch I do...not sure what it's called. :?: . I had bought the UT fabic and had to fussy-cut the centers, then used the log cabin strips to frame it.
The back side of block
Blocks sewn together on top