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Thread: QAYG that Kimberly uses :-)

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    Great tut - thanks for sharing.
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    Thank you, thank you. I have been making quilted blocks like crazy but just could NOT wrap my mind around how to join them. Your pictures made me have a 'slap-up-side-the-head' Well DUH epiphany. Thank you again for posting this.

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    great job!! thanks for the pics.

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    i'm glad you posted this tut so i can come back here and refresh my memory
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    I have one (QAYG) I started several years ago by one method. I Just NEED to finish it.
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    Thank you Kimberly. I did not know that school glue worked for fabric. any additional tips or hints? i am a new new quilter and the longarm professional quilting is a bigger investment than my skill merits. There is an awesome Double Wedding Ring Quilt as you go book and ruler available from Cheryl Phillips of www.phillipsfiberart.com. you tube has a great video on Kaye wood's site. I think it is called a site.

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    Thanks a bunch. You have simplified this in my mind. Definitely will bookmark this.
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    this method is just a little different than the one I learned. i am going to try this and see which is easier or has better end result. thank you

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    Thanks for sharing, this method was perfect for attaching a clothing quilt for a friend.
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    Great tute! Nice explananation and the pics are wonderful----very clear, concise and well-presented. If the QP come to get you we'll ALL come testify in your defense!
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    Thank you for your time to show this method!
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    You've done a great job. Thanks so much. Gotta try this.

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    Do youfind that theschool glue gums up needles or machine? I have done qayg and not this technique. this ismuch simpler and use stuff at home not special items, that are usually in a store 30 miles away AND closed!;}

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    Could I finish up a horizontal row with everything complete and then do the hand stitching on that row? Hand stitch the blocks in each row before attaching the rows together? Thanks, Barbara

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    Thank you.
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    Great pics and instructions!
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    Love that technique maybe someday will do it
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    I also love the way you did it. Thanks for sharing.
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    You did a great job with teaching us and fabulous pictures, too. Thanks so much. Both ways look not too hard. I really appreciate your efforts. I also like the smoothness of the 'joints' with no humps.
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    This is the method that GormetQuilter.com does. It is easy! No glue though.
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    Happy dancer here..
    As I've got several blocks ready for qayg, and your tutorial has shown me exactly what I needed to know.
    A BIG thank you!!
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    I have been looking for a way to do exactly this method! Like you, I've been watching every QAYG video ... read every tutorial, and it just wasn't quite what I wanted. You have saved the day! Now I can finally get past the little bit that I started, on my granddaughter's quilt.
    This is only the second quilt that I am attempting. My first one was a baby quilt, I was so intimidated that by the time I finished it, it was too small for the child. So she uses it for her dolls now ... lol ...
    Thank you so much, you have no idea how happy you've made me!

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    QAYG Tutorial

    Your tutorial is fantastic!!! Thank you so much!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovethemgreys View Post
    Your tutorial is fantastic!!! Thank you so much!!!
    I just referred back to it for some size questions. Helpful.

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    I love the glue dot idea.

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