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Thread: Reversible Quilt As You Go

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    Quote Originally Posted by newestnana
    Ohhhhh I have another question. You said your blocks (after the folding) were about 10" and yet your picture has lots and lots of blocks (looks like well over 10 rows)...the quilt is huge?
    Last 2 pictures posted were the wrong ones. I am very new at this so bear with me.
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    Hello Annclare, thank you for tutorial on reverse QAYG - very simple idea but very practical - good for quick lap quilts or pet blankets let alone large quilts - saves hunting for backing fabric - buy twice as much fabric when on special and save all round!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Hello again Annclare - thanks for update - good project for when travelling too, lots of little pillow pads can be made by hand and put together at home later!!

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    Thank you so much for this tut. I'm fixing to make this.
    It should be fun to do :D

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    that is really neat. thank you for sharing. Penny

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    that is really neat. thank you for sharing. Penny

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    wow, thanks for this tutorial.........looks great !

    from one middle name clare to another....I am Mary Clare !

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    Thank You for the tut. I am going to try this on some of my scraps. looks very easy. I am very new at quilting so I need something very easy

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    One more question.. is it possible to get a pic of the back ?

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    Hello Ann Clare
    Thanks for tutorial on reversible quilt - I took a closer look at your cathedral window and love the variety of colours used in your windows. You almost have a mock staineed glass look like that.

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