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Thread: QAYG No hand sewing!

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    Love your tute. You made it very understandable. Also love the way you used your lap top cp!!!!.

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    What a great tute thank you!

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    Thank you so much for showing this. You have now added something else to my to do list lol
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    That is so cool and seems so aesy, thanks so much for posting.
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    Where is the rest of the tutorial?

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    never mind. I had to switch my viewing mode to see it.

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    Great tute. The pictures, the explanations - it's all so clear to me now.
    (And love your wall hanging)

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    How wonderful to see it so clearly. Thanks so much. I will do this.

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    Very nice. The best I have seen. I know that this may sound dumb. Am I seeing right did you use black thread for the top SID and white thread for the bobbin? Thank you so much for sharing. BrendaK
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    Thanks for the great tutorial. I'm gonna give it a try!!!!
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    Thank you! Yes I did - black in the bobbin and cream in the back.

    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaK View Post
    Very nice. The best I have seen. I know that this may sound dumb. Am I seeing right did you use black thread for the top SID and white thread for the bobbin? Thank you so much for sharing. BrendaK
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    Great tutorial. Now... if I could just learn how to make a row. I get confused about how to sew the squares together. Thanks sew much for sharing.

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    Wonderful tutorial. I'm new to quilting and this looks like something I can do. I'm going to try this later today!

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    Very clear and well done teaching job. Thanks for all your time and trouble and the beautiful heart as well.

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    Thank you! I guess by the beautiful heart you mean the wall hanging and not my actual heart? Sorry, please forgive my warped English sense of humour!

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    Very clear and well done teaching job. Thanks for all your time and trouble and the beautiful heart as well.
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    I have bookmarked this tutorial because I just have to do it! Stitch in the ditch was always so confusing but thanks to your tutorial it's something that I will try now!
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    Great tute, I loved it now will have to try it.
    Thanks for sharing this.
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    This is a wonderful tutorial, and I thank you for it. I have been wanting to do this for such a long time, but could not find anything that I could truly understand. I know it took a lot of time, and it is greatly appreciated! (And your heart quilt is lovely!)

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    WOW I think I could do that, been wonting to learn how to do quilt as you go thanks for the great tut
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    Smile Thanks!

    I want to try this, great photos and instructions.
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    Blessings! Ruth

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    What a great tutorial. I love the finished quilt - really eyecatching.

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    I just found this now and I want to thank you for explaining that so carefully. I have read many explantions of how this is supposed to work but I never "got it" before.

    Now I do! Many thanks.
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    I have done 8 blocks ...now how do I put the blocks together and add a binding.
    They seems to be a lot of bulk. Am I missing the finishing instructions.

    Thanks

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    The instructions for joining the blocks are on page 3. You shouldn't have excess bulk - are your blocks butting up? They should be - NOT overlapping.
    Show me pics of what you've done if you're not sure - perhaps I can help more.
    Quote Originally Posted by 99-Quilters View Post
    I have done 8 blocks ...now how do I put the blocks together and add a binding.
    They seems to be a lot of bulk. Am I missing the finishing instructions.

    Thanks
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    great idea

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