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    6 hr quilt

    by kaye wood-I thought it was a neat way to do a baby quilt. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOTV-YSF-48
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    Great tutorial! Thanks from La Crosse!

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    I haven't seen that video in quite awhile but I really am getting ideas now. I prefer the look of quilted layers so I would take it to my sewing machine and add that after each round. With some easy continuous line boarder designs it could be very quick. Of course, you'd add time to the quilt, but you wouldn't have a huge bukly quilt in the neck area of your sewing machine.
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    I have made a couple of these in different sizes!
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    This is a really great quilt to do! And it really does 6 hours (or less!). I made both of these little ones for Project Linus a couple of years ago. Super fun!

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    Wow! These are great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    This is a really great quilt to do! And it really does 6 hours (or less!). I made both of these little ones for Project Linus a couple of years ago. Super fun!

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    those are wonderful-love the 2nd one-nice warm colors
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    that was great I have 5 quilts I need to get done fast I may use that thank you I sure do enjoy this site and all the people and help always yippie

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    Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks for sharing! It looks simple and fast.

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    Thanks for sharing. I have a couple of quilts that I want to do quickly. I will probably do a bit of quilting as well, but that won't take too much extra time. Thanks.
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    I really like I'm going to try that. It seems like it goes fast. Thanks for sharing!
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    I love make KW's 6- hr. quilt. I've met her. She's a great gal. The 6-hr is a great way to use left over strips of batting.
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    Love the second quilt, looks so cool. I might try this, need o use my serger anyway. Thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33 View Post
    by kaye wood-I thought it was a neat way to do a baby quilt. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOTV-YSF-48
    Thank you for sharing. Loved this tut. I have been wanting a serger for such a long time, so now I can use it for more than just sewing things for my granddaughter. Thanks again.

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    I would like to make these, but, I don't have a serger and don't have room for one. I may try with just my sewing machine. I think if I sewed the seam allowance down between the edge and the seam it would keep the seam from being too thick. Now all I have to do is remember I want to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    I would like to make these, but, I don't have a serger and don't have room for one. I may try with just my sewing machine. I think if I sewed the seam allowance down between the edge and the seam it would keep the seam from being too thick. Now all I have to do is remember I want to try it.

    I don't have a serger either. I just did mine on my little Featherweight & it worked out just fine.
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    Thank you! I'm busy trying to get some charity quilts made up for foster kids so think I'll be using this pattern very soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Feathers View Post
    Thank you! I'm busy trying to get some charity quilts made up for foster kids so think I'll be using this pattern very soon.
    Another really good one is the "Supersize 9-Patch"... I love it!
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