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    What a great idea!

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    WOW Thank you.. Being new to quilting this was so helpful!

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    WOW Thank you.. Being new to quilting this was so helpful!

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    Thank you for the tutorial. I will certainly book mark this one and use the pattern. I appreciate your time helping us.

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    Going throught my scraps today thanks!

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    I do the same technique with five fat quarters and it makes great table toppers and baby quilts.

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    wow, love it!!!

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    baby quilts here I come!

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    Scrapykate - love your avatar.

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    How good is that, I will give a demonstration of this at our weekly craft group, I am slowly getting the ladies into quilting especially when there are these quick and easy methods and all the squares line up with the tube thankyou. quilting.

    Great Tute

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    I really like this technique. Thank you for posting the tutorial.

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    I just made 4 quilts this way in 4 days. It doesn't get boring because every color combo is different!

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    Thank you for sharing, great idea as you say for the charity quilts.

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    Just great.

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    Wow!! This does look easy. I will give it a try today and see how it comes out. Thank you!!

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    Thank you !!! I need to finish up a christmas quilt and this is just the ticket !!!! Yea and thank you again !!!

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    I made 2 quilts tops today using this method. Thank you Dotty!!

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    Great timing.. Charity day for the guild is coming up and this will be a great pattern to use to kick someof them out!! Thanks for the pictures that always helps

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    Hi! I find this Youtube video by Mo. Star Quilt Co that is another vairiation of the strip tube method.I love their videos! Chris http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5WgT...ayer_embedded#!

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    To make a full size quilt or larger,how many strips would be needed? Dont know if that is the correct wording to use or not. If you just added more but different strips the pattern or rows would be off ,right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jolo
    To make a full size quilt or larger,how many strips would be needed? Dont know if that is the correct wording to use or not. If you just added more but different strips the pattern or rows would be off ,right?
    Hi! I wondered about this too, so I did what my family accuses me of all the time " she looks it up on internet". I asked "how to figure out the yardage for a quilt?" Several websites listed, here's just one I found. I like Quilter's Cache and think Marcia has done a good job with this chart.
    http://quilterscache.com/StartQuilti...iltingtwo.html
    If you using alot of different fabrics, I would think it would give more of a "scrappy" to the quilt because the same fabric isn't going to be repeated as often. Hope this helps, Chris

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    YOU QUILT IS BEAUTIFUL. i guess i am just dense. when you say the bottom to the top do you just take the bottom and fold it to the top and then sew the two pieces at the top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tange krause
    YOU QUILT IS BEAUTIFUL. i guess i am just dense. when you say the bottom to the top do you just take the bottom and fold it to the top and then sew the two pieces at the top?
    I'm not dotty but I will answer your question. Yes just pull the bottom to the top and sew it together.

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    Ive always wanted to learn the tube quilting technique...thanks for sharing!!

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    Thanks for the tute!

    It look easy enough but I'm with tange krause, I'm not understanding the "top to bottom" part. I would think to make a "tube" you'd have to stitch the right and left side together. The picture looks like you did(?). Sorry, if I appear dumb, I am fairly new to quilting.

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