Originally Posted by Kitsie
Did my first Kite - the Bottom Left. Whee, what tiny pieces! Then I wanted some applique to do at night so did F9 (still don't like melon seeds!), and the Left triangle #4, then because it was so easy that I was going to hand piece it (which I didn't) block F3. Did also get the B&White quilt ready to bind. Isn't it great when you think, "Ahhh, only one more block to quilt", then you look again and it was done! They are all done!
Enjoy your day!
Originally Posted by weasier22
Baby shower is this Saturday & I finally got around to finishing the quilt. Top was done, but had to quilt it and do the label. I loved this fabric and I hope the baby does too! He's due in September...great time to make his "hoot" of an entrance into this world!
any one interested in swapping patterns i have over 30 looking for other 32
Originally Posted by Prism99
There are quite a few different ways to do QAYG. I Googled and found the following Youtube videos and tutorials (I'm sure there are more):
If you do a search on "quilt as you go" on Amazon, you will find quite a few books
Just came by to see if blogs are up and working. I think so. I'll figure it out by looking at the others. The only thing I saw was the pages wouldn't change from 1 to 2.
Hope to see more people I know here.
I have been in and out and enjoy visiting still.
The pda's was the only reason I went somewhere else to journal.
This board is great, as long as I don't get in trouble or let my flying monkeys out and that hasn't happened in forever,.
Can't wait to see who
Originally Posted by Jenniky
Now we are ready to attach the first unit to the second. Lay the blocks right sides together. At this point just the top layer of the sashing is going to get sewn to the second quilted block using a quarter inch seam. The back piece of folded sashing should be finger pressed out of the way. Make sure all your edges line up.
Originally Posted by Jenniky
Going to share a problem with you that I ran into on my first attempt of attaching squares on my other BOM quilt. One of my squares that I quilted the top squared pulled in some because I forgot lengthen my machine stitch for quilting instead I had been doing PP and I was using smaller stitching. So I figured if I went a head an squared up the block to match the other blocks at 12.5 I would be ok. Now I had about a 1/4 of an inch batting showing all the way around a few places a tad bit more in
Originally Posted by ljfox
I baste the quilt top and the batting on the top only before I start to longarm it. The bottom of the quilt top is on one of the rollers so that I can tighten it as appropriate. I was told when I started longarming to baste the sides before quilting but this has caused more problems for me so I don't do that anymore. I just make sure it is straight with the sides every time I roll it and that works for me.
Originally Posted by Bobbielinks
I never secure the quilt top to the roller. I always pin the backing to the rollers ( the take up roller and the bottom backing roller), lay the batting on top of the backing with the edge of the batting even with the edge of the roller. Then I come down on the batting about one and one-half inch and run a basting stitch across the batting to hold it in place on the backing. This basting stich is done with the channel lock on to give a true straight line of stitching. I then lay the quilt's top
It was called Nuance Tile 0431618B. It was deep wine/burgandy, black, white, soft blue, orange and green. I will need 2 1/2 yards to put a border onto the quilt I am making. Paula Nadelstern design.