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Thread: Orphaned Blocks QAYG Challenge

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    Surfergirl and Lovely Welcome

    Are you ladies going to QAYG your BOM's or Orphaned Blocks or something entirely different?


    I will be posting more, "How I did its'" tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenniky View Post
    Surfergirl and Lovely Welcome

    Are you ladies going to QAYG your BOM's or Orphaned Blocks or something entirely different?
    My BOM! But I may practice on some orphaned blocks first, though...
    Linda
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    Add another Canuck to the group.

    This is looking great Jenniky and I will follow along. I don't think I will use the technique on Franky but just might if I can't find enough of the perfect backing fabric. It's the sewing them all together at the end part that I'm really interested in/worried about. Come to think of it, it just might be perfect for Franky.

    And, by the way Jenniky - fabulous blocks.

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    Works4me - Welcome Actually When I get to the Monster quilt you will see how I go about adjoining blocks of different sizes. This technique can be used when making Medallion quilts. So It could be Frankie's Answer down the road.

    Everybody - Tomorrow Im going to share how I put my quilt sandwiches together. Wednesday I will share how they are sewn together in units and depending on how my schedule goes we might get to adjoining the units into rows also.
    Last edited by Jenniky; 07-30-2012 at 01:55 PM.
    Have an awesome day!

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    This sounds like what I need to get some of my blocks into a quilt...I will be playing with you... thank for the inspiration...

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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    Thanks for doing this. Finally a project made just for all my orphan blocks. I'm in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by works4me View Post
    Add another Canuck to the group.

    W4Me
    ... Yea!! Another Canuck to the fold! there's different techniques for QAYG and I'm sure that you can find one that would work for Franky! Perhaps quilt Franky as one giant block, then add the other blocks as sections to it?

    LovelyL ... Of course, we'd love to have you as an Honourary Canuck! Besides O is for Ontario + Ohio and too, Ohio is just across the Lake from us! And you have the Wawa background!!
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    I'm gonna follow along here too. I plan on makin' my PC quilt as a QAYG. (I'm way behind on it.) I'd like ta see several different ways ta QAYG before I decide how I want ta do it. (QE - Am I messin' up your numbers?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dublb View Post
    (QE - Am I messin' up your numbers?)
    ha! with your country having about 10 times the population of our little country, we really don't have much hope!
    I was just having some fun with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    ha! with your country having about 10 times the population of our little country, we really don't have much hope!
    I was just having some fun with it!
    Me too. You always bring a lot o' laughs ta the table!
    Bev
    My initials are BB, so dublb is double B.

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