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Thread: Quilt As You Go (QAYG) Tutorial

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    Super Member kiffie2413's Avatar
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    Thank you!! And I love your qayg quilt colors and design!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiffie2413 View Post
    Thank you!! And I love your qayg quilt colors and design!
    Thanks kiffie... that is a Boom quilt, the blocks being made by others in the last Boomerang swap on the board. I made about half a dozen of the blocks myself and the rest were made by QB boom swappers, out of my fabric. They all did such a great job with the blocks.
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    yeah they did......it is beautiful. You give them the fabric and just let them go for it or do you tell them the pattern also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jane Quilter View Post
    yeah they did......it is beautiful. You give them the fabric and just let them go for it or do you tell them the pattern also?
    You give them a piece of your fabric and also a note with preferences on what to use with it (such as "match colors in the print" or "no white or black, please"). You can't tell them what pattern to use. That is up to the 'maker'. They just have to be sure the block is 12.5" square before they send it.
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    Pictures disappeared and now they are back! Go figure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    Pictures disappeared and now they are back! Go figure...
    Dang! I checked this out tonight and pictures are all missing of steps. The only two that show up are the top two rows finished and entire quilt back finished. Will keep checking to see if they show up again. I got 12 linen napkins that I want to try this method on.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyinZ4 View Post
    Dang! I checked this out tonight and pictures are all missing of steps. The only two that show up are the top two rows finished and entire quilt back finished. Will keep checking to see if they show up again. I got 12 linen napkins that I want to try this method on.
    Sandy, when I get a minute I will repost the entire tute, including pictures. Some gremlins on the board seem to be eating pictures out of the older threads.
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    Thanks so much for posting this. I'm just now discovering QAYG techniques because I am bound and determined to not have to ship my babies off to a long arm quilter. I really want the work on my quilts to be all mine.

    ~ C

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