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Thread: How To Quilt As You Go using a whole backing and sections of the top instead of blocks

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    Thanks. I will have to try this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koula
    I have seen it done that way, but i don't believe it was started in the middle. the botton was rolled while they added each row starting at the top.
    I think it would depend on what kind of sections your top is divided into. Some come naturally into nice even rows so you could do side to side or top to bottom. Mine often come into other kinds of sections due to my "unique" creativity. LOLOL
    The main thing is that you are only making one long seam with each addition.

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    Thanks, that is a great way to do it. Very clever to think of that way of doing it.

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    Thank you

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    Wildyard, I like your way of quilting your quilt. I'll try it for one of my quilts. Thanks for sharing. Eiltcoq.

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    Happy I found this tute again - I feared I had lost it...It is getting easier to find my around this new format...

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