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Thread: Quilt As You Go that Deb uses

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    The suggestion of noveltyjunkie for good instructions on the quilt as you go are excellent and will try it out. Site is
    https://www.baysidequilting.com/store/scripts/prodList.asp?idCategory=284]https://www.baysidequilting.com/stor...idCategory=284[/url]

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    I love this idea and watched video which made it perfectly clear. Liked idea of quilting a small sq. vs a larger one just for the ease. It didn't seem to matter that the quilting lines on each didn't match the next block.. thanks for the inspiration.

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    Hoping to go to a workshop with Ferret it says it is quilt as you go. Will catch up with you after i@ve been although after yout excellent tut i may safe some money.

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    Thanks!

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    I've used this method and another one, but I like this one best, have tried so many times to post pictures, but for some reason or another they won't post. Anyway, for those of us who don't have a long arm quilting machine (like me), this is a much easier way to quilt, for me at least. Love it.

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    There was a post on here awhile back about taking 12 12" squares (I think that is right) and stacking them up (all different colors) and placing a safety pin on the left side, then cutting them at an odd angle. Taking the top right side one and placing it at the bottom. Then sewing those together. I can't seem to find that post, but would love to make one of those, then QAUG. Does anyone know what I am talking about?

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    This sounds like stack and wack and makes iether 9 or 12 may bwe more squares depending on the start number. it is not the same as far as I am aware as quilt as you go which finished the block by quilting before joining. Once joined the quilt is near completeion.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jshep
    There was a post on here awhile back about taking 12 12" squares (I think that is right) and stacking them up (all different colors) and placing a safety pin on the left side, then cutting them at an odd angle. Taking the top right side one and placing it at the bottom. Then sewing those together. I can't seem to find that post, but would love to make one of those, then QAUG. Does anyone know what I am talking about?

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    Thanks Deb, Now that I see the pictures, I understand it better. This I can do...I have a problem with larger than a twin it is too heavy for me to manuver well.

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    You're right. It is stack and wack. What I wanted to do was make the block and then quilt it.

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