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Thread: Has anyone done tube quilting?

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    This looks amazing. So simple I am sure I will try it . Thanks for sharing.

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    This technique is amazing - thanks for sharing. I love the technique and can't wait to try it out.

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    Hi, I just did the Tube Quilting, and it was pretty easy. I really liked it, but I think my fabric selections are WAY TOO BUSY. My husband likes it and says it's busy in a nice way. Whatever that means! LOL

    Anyhow, here is my version. It's not quilted yet. But I do have it sandwiched. Maybe I'll get to quilt it tomorrow. It will be a table runner for Thanksgiving.

    Thanks for looking!!

    Wanda in Chicago, IL

    This is the actual Table Runner, it's still not quilted, just pinned.
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    One of the blocks.
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    That's great Wanda!!

    And welcome to the Board! :D


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    WoW!! This is really cool. I can't wait to try it.

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    Thank you Sewjoyce, I've actually been lurking for a LONG time on here. Love looking at everyone's creations. I just finally got the courage to post something! Hopefully it won't be the last! ;-)
    Thanks again,
    Wanda

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    Wanda...that is really pretty!
    I still need to post the ones I made.

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    Thanks tlrnhi, I can't wait to see your photos! :-)

    Hugs,
    Wanda

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    Miss Wanda! Nice to meet you, and what's not to LOVE about your THanksgiving table runner?
    I think it is just great, and not too busy, either!
    Remember, when you are sewing something, you are much closer to it than most people get at a Thanksgiving dinner.
    I just think that table runner SCREAMS! The table is SET! GET IN HERE AND EAT! LOL
    I think it is just great! Your DH has good taste :wink:

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    I love your table runner! And welcome to the board!

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    Thanks so much Miss Omak, I appreciate the kinds words.

    Hugs,
    Wanda

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    I love your table runner too, perfect for Thanksgiving, just looks great! Welcome aboard also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whernandez
    Hi, I just did the Tube Quilting, and it was pretty easy. I really liked it, but I think my fabric selections are WAY TOO BUSY. My husband likes it and says it's busy in a nice way. Whatever that means! LOL
    I love the colors of your table runner. You can put it on my table if you'd like (LOL).

    I have yet to post pics. Been sick for 8 days. Grandbaby had croup and now I'm sick. Go figure.

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    I have done it and just love it, you can make blocks in no time at all, great for scrappy.

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    How do you view the tutorial? I can get to the Missouri site but can't figure out the rest! Your blocks look great - I am dying to try this technique!

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    Lorli,

    If you go to the main link: http://blog.missouriquiltco.com/2009...tally-tubular/

    there are going to be 2 different tutorials on that main page. One is called Jelly Roll Week- Jenny gives ideas around the... that on is 1:00 long.

    Then there is another tutorial called: Intermediate Block Series - Tube Tutorial. That one is 7:36 long. That's the tube tutorial. :-) Hopefully you'll find it now. It's really fun to watch and create.

    Hope that helps.

    Wanda

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    You need to click on the arrow in the middle of the picture to get the video to run.


    Quote Originally Posted by lorli
    How do you view the tutorial? I can get to the Missouri site but can't figure out the rest! Your blocks look great - I am dying to try this technique!

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    Yay! Finally success - there was no picture because YouTube wasn't on the computer.

    It's fabulous - wish I was home so I could start sewing!

    Anyone know how many Jelly Rolls it takes to make a quilt (wall hanging/bed size)?

    Thanks, all, this board is the best!

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    Wow! You're fast! 8)

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    Suse,

    you will really be surprised when you see for yourself how fast it is to put together. I think it took me all of an hour to press, sew, and cut, and then sew them together.

    Hugs,
    Wanda

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    This looks great!
    Thanks for posting.
    What size square are you using to cut the strips?
    I have a 7" that has the diagonal line on it.
    Would that work? :roll: I so want to try this in the morning...

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    I used my 12.5" square up ruler. And it worked out pretty good.

    Hope that helps.

    hugs,
    Wanda

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    bump

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnsk
    Saw a tutorial video on tube quilting. Has anyone done this?
    yes i have done this and it is easy and fun

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    Yes it is easy I too found Miss quilt . If I knew how to post a picture I would send but I'm new on this quilt site and haven't conquered how to do it. It is prob easy and if I take the time I might figure it out.

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