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Thread: Reversible Quilt As You Go

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    Super Member Nolee's Avatar
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    Just finished my first one and loved doing it. Getting the batting in was a bit of a struggle but worth it. I sewed them all together by hand and thought of that bias trim for when I get home from Georgia next week to finish them. Thought I'd also make a nice binding and finish it off with that. Lots of hand sewing but it was relaxing. I'll send a picture when it is finished.

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    Thanks for the tut!

    How about using some of those fancy stitches on your sewing machine to join the blocks together. Bet that would be awesome!

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    Great tutorial. Thank you very much and thank you for answering all the questions since a few of those addressed some of mine.

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    I finished my first one according to your directions. It's not the best and I'm giving it to Salvation Army but it sure was fun. It is much easier than I thought but didn't like all the hand-sewing, so have to figure a way around that. Thank you very much for the tutorial. I love learning new techniques.
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    Nolee, Congrats. You did a wonderful job.

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    Thank you. The next one is going to be all shades I love. probably in gold, red, green and black with a soft beige instead of the white contrasting fabric, very coordinated, and in the same direction you did the one in the tutorial. Never even thought of turning it!!!!

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    Thanks for the tute.

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    Nice. Thanks.

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    love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolee
    I finished my first one according to your directions. It's not the best and I'm giving it to Salvation Army but it sure was fun. It is much easier than I thought but didn't like all the hand-sewing, so have to figure a way around that. Thank you very much for the tutorial. I love learning new techniques.
    I think I will not like the hand sewing as well, but I think I will close it with the sewing machine, making it part of the quilting.

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