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Thread: QAYG that Kimberly uses :-)

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    Super Member abdconsultant's Avatar
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    Thank you for your time to show this method!
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    You've done a great job. Thanks so much. Gotta try this.

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    Do youfind that theschool glue gums up needles or machine? I have done qayg and not this technique. this ismuch simpler and use stuff at home not special items, that are usually in a store 30 miles away AND closed!;}

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    Could I finish up a horizontal row with everything complete and then do the hand stitching on that row? Hand stitch the blocks in each row before attaching the rows together? Thanks, Barbara

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    Thank you.
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    Great pics and instructions!
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    Love that technique maybe someday will do it
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    I also love the way you did it. Thanks for sharing.
    Sandra
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    You did a great job with teaching us and fabulous pictures, too. Thanks so much. Both ways look not too hard. I really appreciate your efforts. I also like the smoothness of the 'joints' with no humps.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    This is the method that GormetQuilter.com does. It is easy! No glue though.
    Deb Watkins

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