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Thread: All SquaresTube Quilting

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    oh wow ~ that looks very easy and like it would go super fast - thank you for such an easy to follow tutorial!

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    Very nice! I love how easy this process is, and it looks great! Thanks for posting.

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    What a neat idea!! Thanks

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    So cool, I never knew what a tube was! Now I got it :) Thanks!

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    OMGosh! How clever! I love it! Thanks!

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    Thank you, looks easy and I love that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotcomdtcm
    This is a variation of a quilt I saw in Summer 2010 Quick Quilts magazine. The concept can be adapted to any size your creative
    brain chooses. I am starting with 4" strips, about 42 " long, prewashed, starched, pressed.
    Thanks!

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    That's so pretty and You make it look so easy. Thanks for the tut. I'm gonna put this in my to make list....Which seems to be growing bigger everyday...lol

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    Great instructions, what a time saver!

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    One of the easiest tutorials I've found on tube quilting...can't wait to start one. Thanks again

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    Thank you for posting this tute. I will definiately try this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotcomdtcm
    This is a variation of a quilt I saw in Summer 2010 Quick Quilts magazine. The concept can be adapted to any size your creative
    brain chooses. I am starting with 4" strips, about 42 " long, prewashed, starched, pressed.
    Wow great tut, now can you make the stack and whack sosimplified? :shock: :shock: :shock:

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    Thanks so much for posting this tut, and visually in steps; great to share with my charity quilt sewing friends. We will do quite a lot in the fall. I agree with someone else, you could shift "the cut seams" up & down for different effects. i.e. every 2nd seam (2,4,6,8), staggered (1,3,1,3,1,3).

    Very pretty fabrics too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew Hooked
    For a twin-sized quilt, would you happen to know how much of 8 different fabrics I'd need, given the 4-inch squares in your quilt?
    A link from within one of the posted links earlier. I like both:
    1= "This one does more precise calculations based on the real number of pieces you are going to need for your quilt!"
    http://vrya.net/quilt/index.php

    2 = "FABRIC CALCULATOR...you pop in how many blocks of unfinished size, and the approximate percentage of each color, and it pops out your needed yardages! I can't swear that this works perfectly, but it does look like a good ROUGH guide!" http://www.quiltshops.com/calculator/calculator.htm

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    Thank you so much! I'm new to quilting, and this is simply a stellar way of getting started.

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    Thank you for this tutorial. I was looking at some instructions for a scrappy Bargello quilt and some of the instructions didn't quite make sence to me. Namely making the tube and what the heck to do with it once you made it. This tutorial clarified what was instructed in a much simpler manner that I can understand. Thanks again. Going to bookmark it so I can use it.

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    Thank you for demonstrating this quick & interesting tutorial. I look forward to trying it myself.
    Kathleen

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