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Thread: Reversible Quilt As You Go

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    Super Member Nanamoms's Avatar
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    I'm glad someone ask the question of how to put the squares together!! LOL I was trying to figure that out myself!! But I don't see how whipstitching by hand would be strong enough to hold up to wear and tear??

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    Any chance of putting in the tutorial area please.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Could one use a decorative stitch to sew them together?

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    Wow, this is cool. I could never whip stitch all of them together though (my whip stitch pretty lame) and am trying my darnedest to figure away to connect without losing the method or design of the blocks. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yobrosew View Post
    Wow, this is cool. I could never whip stitch all of them together though (my whip stitch pretty lame) and am trying my darnedest to figure away to connect without losing the method or design of the blocks. Thanks for sharing!
    BUT...I tried a couple of these blocks, 6" square and merely sewed a big 1/4" seem to attach to each other. Looks real nice with the closed (or French seams/hidded seams). A cleaned up rag quilt look. A BIG THANK YOU again for this tutorial!

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