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Thread: Took a Quilt As You Go Class - Nov. 5 2011

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    Took a Quilt As You Go Class - Nov. 5 2011

    I took a class today for Quilt As You Go technique. This will give you an idea of the pattern. It will be a total of six rows.
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    Very nice - are you having fun with it?

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    Looks like you need to choose a fabric that will blend nicely at the seams for that outer, white color. I mostly know how you did those- they go very fast, right?
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    I am getting more used to it. I don't like the part for sewing sashings on the machine but can see the need. I am going to sew the binding by hand though. My machine didn't like the intersections of fabric. It was like sewing through denim.

    The class was 5 hours long although part of that was, of course, spent browsing the store and buying stuff.
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    awesome! Love the colors!
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    Very nice ! I would like to learn how to do that too.
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    Very nice! I want to try this technique, too. This gives me inspiration!

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    It looks great . I hoep you are enjoying it.
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    That is so very nice.
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    It looks great! Also one on my list.
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    When I made my class sample I used the decorative stitches of my machine on the sashings. It look very nice and I got to try out new stitches.
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    Love the peppermint fabric you chose for sashing ... it's going to be a comfy quilt!

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    that will be great. and when you are done with the top, you are really done!!

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    Very nice!


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    I'd like to know how to do that too. My very first quilt was QAG and it was awful. That looks like a better way. Any tips....tute's?

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    Nice job!!!!

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    very nice, like the colors. it's always fun to learn a new technique

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    Very pretty. one of these days.....MY how my bucket list keeps growing!

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    This will be stunning when done. You selected great fabrics for this.....love your peppermint binding it sets the whole thing off. Keep up the great work!

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    Great Job. I like the colors.

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    Very nice! And I like the quilt as you go technique too.
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    Bonnie How does the back look? The front is really nice just wanted to know how it's connected.

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