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Thread: GAYG with out shashing.

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    Senior Member humbird's Avatar
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    GAYG with out shashing.

    This is my prefered method of QAYG. Hope the site turns up.
    http://www.marcigirldesigns.com/1/po...tutorial.htmlu
    Last edited by humbird; 02-29-2012 at 06:51 AM.

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    No it didn't sorry.
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    It showed up fine for me. Good tute.

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    Oh thank you so much I can't wait to try this I suck at quilting anything large so this should help me a lot

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    Interesting idea. I will experiment with it as I'm not always a fan of the extra sashing created with conventional QAYG.
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    Thanks for the link.

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    since I am trying to clean out scraps this will be perfect thanks for the link

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    Interesting. I will have to try this sometime in the future.
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    Thanks---I have been trying to figure this out and you put my idea on paper-

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    This is so helpful to me. I didn't only want to do QAYG blocks the raggy way. Thanks.

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    Many thanks for the link. Just finished a queen size bed quilt using Betty Cotton's QAYG and it was a life saver. Trying to do conventional machine quilting on that large a project would have been a nightmare. Will try this on my next project.
    BettyGee, quilter on a Rocky Mountain High

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    I have done this a couple of times, just seems faster for me to sandwich and just FMQ on my Juki TL98QE or Babylock Jane. I make mostly double or queen and have done larger.
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    Thanks for sharing...
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    Thanks for sharing this tutorial! I have been wanting to try QAYG but was concerned about the bulk in the seams. This looks like an answer to that problem.

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    A very nice tute. Thank you for sharing.

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