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Thread: QAYG Flip N Sew With Pictures

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    Thank you for sharing with us your tut...I want so much to use this method, but until I read your tut and saw your pictures, I was at a loss how to do it...the fork pins, do you use these just with your QAYG projects? Again, your tut really helped me..

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    I am doing my first QAYG and so far so good. Thanks for the tut.

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    Mostly I just use the fork pins for QAYG and for adding the binding. Thanks for all the wonderful comments. I taught this technique at our quilt retreat over the weekend and my group loved it. We typically donate between 125 and 150 quilts each year to the local hospital cancer clinic.

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    I do this too, and love the method! I use fusible batting (Hobbs 80/20 fusible) and once the horizontal stitching is done, and the pieces are fused, I do some FMQ on the rows. It's great to get the whole quilt done so quickly. The method can also be adapted to make quilts with borders.
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    I have thought about doing the same thing to speed up the finishing process of charity quilts. Have you tried to go back and do any top quilting? I may try this on a project I'm currently working on. Thank you for posting the photo's.

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    I have to try this!!
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    Thanks for the tute! I have one question. Do you do additional FMQ in the rows or is it just that your blocks are small enough to not need additional quilting? COULD you do additional quilting once you've attached the next row? (Okay, I guess I had two questions, lol). Thanks in advance.

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    Thanks for taking the time to post. It is really easy to understand. Nice photos

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    Thanks for sharing! I will definitely try this.

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    Have not seen this method before. Thanks for sharing.
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