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Thread: Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt as You Go

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    Junior Member egranger3809's Avatar
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    Good morning all! Here is my latest tutorial on Quilt as you go. Hope you like it.

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    Unfortunately it won't download. I see the first block, but not the rest. Would like to see it all!
    Thanks for trying.

    Oops, sorry. Must have been my "reader" opened fine with another program! :thumbup:

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    Thanks

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    Thank i will try it one day. Do u find it easier or more accurate than the ordinary way?

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    Wondering why you have 2 downloads for cutting directions?

    Sue

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    The quilt as you go method is quicker than the ordinary way of making a quilt. You are making the top and quilting at the same time. A money saver, a very sturdy quilt to be well used. I still make quilt tops the usual way, have them quilted etc. The care you take in making a quilt as you go, determines the quality of the piece just as any other quilt. I like the Quilt as You Go method.

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    it looks great, i have printed it out and will give it a try on a baby quilt.

    the last download is a repeat of cutting directions...

    thanks!

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    Looks like a new project to try. Many thanks. Download three is the same as one.

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    Thanks so much!

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    Love the idea of this, but what does the back look like? Sorry but I'm one of those that needs to see a 'pic' of something to get it in my mind. :oops:

    I've made several LC the original way, but would like to try this for a lap top gift for Christmas.

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