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Thread: Quilt as you go on a tube quilt pattern.

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    I'm posting this mostly so Lockeb can see the blue fabric. I used the tube quilting method and quilt as you go. It was really easy. I'll try to find time to do a tute on it, but in a nutshell... you need to cut 1 1/8" strips and 1 3/4 strips. Fold the 1 3/4" in half lengthwise. This goes on top of the block and the 1 1/8" goes on the bottom with raw edges even with block edges; Sew through all 3 with 1/4" seam. Join the next block by matching up the back of it with the 1 1/8", sew 1/4 inch seam; press all flat, double strip is top join and narrow strip is bottom join. Stitch top down however you want to stitch it. Sorry, I don't have time to do photos right now.

    tube quilt with quilt as you go
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    Fabulous!

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    Love it.

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    ooooooo pretty

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    Very nice.

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    Really nice quilt. Tried following your instructions and got lost a little. I'll have to sit and concentrate a little later. Great job!!!!

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    Cool quilt. You did a great job.

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    cool quilt, thanks for sharing

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    Great idea - thanks for the info.

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    Beautiful and I'll be waiting for the tute!!

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    Beautifully done :thumbup:

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    I love this quilt pattern. Do you have the pattern for this or can you tell me where to find the pattern. I am learning to do the quilt as you go now and would love to try this pattern for my next one. Thanks!
    Mary

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    Terrific job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed night
    Ellen

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    Very pretty...

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    Very pretty! Can't wait to see your tute on how to make this one.
    Kim

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