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Thread: QAYG that Kimberly uses :-)

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    I've always read tutorials that had you hand stitching the joins and NO WAY was I going to do that. This looks easy and really nice results. Thanks

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    That is a fantastic tut! Thanks so much.

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    I may actually be willing to try that. Liked the first method best. Thank you so much.

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    Thank you so much, Kimberly. I like your methods and you did a good job with the tutorial. I have a WIP right now that I'm going to use this for.

    Anita

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    Great tute!!! Easy to follow...i finally understand how it`s done! thanks!!

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    Great tute, Kimberly! Very easy to follow. Thanks for sharing with us. :thumbup:

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    I've been thinking about how best to do this - thanks for a great tute.

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    Great tute...if I ever want to do a sane quilt...I really like this method!!!! great job...
    Since crazy quilts don't use batting and quilting throughout...I won't need this method...but I am impressed and will save for future....
    Thanks for sharing!

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    I am working on a QAYG and I am hand sewing only one side. It has gone pretty fast. I have one long seam and the binding and label and will be done. Very exciting. I am also going to make placemats since it is reversible they will be fall on one side and Halloween on the other.

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    THANK YOU so much! I swear, a light bulb just went off over my head! Did you see it? It was really bright, too! LOL

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