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Thread: QAYG quilts

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    Here is a few..there is another post on here by laralea which gives you the directions...I use this method with a 3/8" seams....but you have to allow for it with your blocks........I cut the front 1 1/2" and the back 2 1/2"! It is a great method - but sew the seams with your walking foot! Here is some quilts....

    Front is above and back is below!
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    This is reversible - cotton one side and flannel the other - belongs to my nephew
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    I made and quilted all the bits and used the joining strips as a feature
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    I save all the extra bits from QAYG quilts and join them together!
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    Very nice :thumbup:

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    Great quilts. I have been thinking of doing at least one of these. What kind of batting do you use? I use warm & natural and it seems a little thick with this method.

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    These are so pretty, I especially like the fan type one. What is holding the flower fan? he base?

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    Nice job!

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    I love all your quilts ! Great Job :thumbup: You have a good eye for colors :mrgreen:

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    Very nice, all of them. :thumbup:

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    WOW!!! Those are all beautiful!!! Good Job :D:D:D

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    Great job! They are all so pretty that I cannot decide which one is prettier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_MO
    Great quilts. I have been thinking of doing at least one of these. What kind of batting do you use? I use warm & natural and it seems a little thick with this method.
    Hi Barb
    I like 100% Cotton - warm and natural is good with QAYG, a solid wadding is better as it is easier to work with them one that moves around..main thing is use your walking foot when joining - PFAFF machines with there IDT make it a breeze!

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    Great Job! I like them all. :)

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    Stunning quilts. Love them.

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    Very pretty, I love the "leftovers" it turned out great

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    Great, great quilts!

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    Wow, your quilts are beautiful. You did a wonderful job on all of them. Thanks for sharing.

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    They are all very pretty!! I am really partial to the leftover block quilt! Thanks for showing them!

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    Gorgeous

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    Beautiful! And I love the left over one especially!

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    nice quilts

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitty39
    Here is a few..there is another post on here by laralea which gives you the directions...I use this method with a 3/8" seams....but you have to allow for it with your blocks........I cut the front 1 1/2" and the back 2 1/2"! It is a great method - but sew the seams with your walking foot! Here is some quilts....
    I just love the 3rd quilt shown in your pics. The pastel one set on point. I'm an avid qayg quilter but can't figure how you did that one. I'll be making 2 wedding quilts soon and would really really appreciate if you would give me some instruction/tutorial however simple. Thank you

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