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Thread: QAYG Flip N Sew With Pictures

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    Power Poster alikat110's Avatar
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    This is exactly what I do for quick charity quilts.

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    Love it!!!!!

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    I bought the Clover fork pins at a local quilt shop. I am teaching this method at our guild retreat in April and someone in the group did an online search and found plenty of places that sell them. Amazon has them.

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    Interesting concept will try it

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    Glad for your tut on QAYG. I have one I have partially done whichI need a question answered on before finishing. I liked the idea, but the seams of the blocks are showing. The long armer said I would need to put a piece of backing over the entire back to remedy the seams of the blocks.
    Is that my best bet or can you suggest something else. I thought of having done French Seams, but you still have the seams showing.
    Please pm me so I don't miss your response.
    Mariah.Thanks.
    Have a wonderful Quilting Day, make it your way!
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    Martha Tompkins

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    Thanks for the tute....am working on quilts for Project Linus....will try this method!!!
    There is no place like home!

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    I'm going to try it for my next quilt-thanks!

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    Great job and I know the people that receive these quilts will appreciate them. Great job.

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    I don't have a frame, so will have to try this. Thanks for the great instructions.
    Cheryl, hiding away in my quilting studio

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    I have thought of this,but I had not tried it . now I know it will work.Thanks for sharing .

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