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Thread: I need some help.....

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    Senior Member mythreesuns's Avatar
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    I need some help.....

    Does anyone know where I can find a tutorial on how to assemble an on point quilt with sashing? I have done the on point quilt before, but never with the sashing...so...I am a tad chicken... lol I would love to read or see a tutorial on it to ease my brain. I am also using all D9P blocks, rather than the plain blocks..so that makes me a tad nervous alone.. any ideas or help I sure would love it.

    Thanks in advance....
    Faye

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    I don't know of any specifically, try looking up a double irish chain quilt tute. Basically, the same concept. If you have no luck with that, pm me if you like and I can try to help you out with some specifics.

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    A google search brought this thread.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...g-t143510.html

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...g-t143510.html another quiltingboard thread might be useful
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    I just had this shown to me at a quilt retreat. She sewed a plain piece of sashing on the bottom of each piece then added a sashing strip with attached cornerstone to the sides. The setting triangles are cut over sized so they can be trimmed down after assembling all the blocks. I laid mine out on my design wall so I could see how to organize the blocks.
    Cheryl Robinson
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