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    that is really neat. thank you for sharing. Penny

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    wow, thanks for this tutorial.........looks great !

    from one middle name clare to another....I am Mary Clare !

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    Thank You for the tut. I am going to try this on some of my scraps. looks very easy. I am very new at quilting so I need something very easy

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    One more question.. is it possible to get a pic of the back ?

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    Hello Ann Clare
    Thanks for tutorial on reversible quilt - I took a closer look at your cathedral window and love the variety of colours used in your windows. You almost have a mock staineed glass look like that.

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    Thanks for the tutorial!

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    A question Ann Clare did you put a binding around your quilt
    even through it doesn't actually need one ?

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    Okay, I'm making one of these. Can't resist!

    I had some fat quarters of greens and oranges (sounds strange but I built the scheme around a green/orange print)...got some white background. Have strips cut...ready to start sewing! Each four-square block will consist of one orange, one green, two white squares. I tried out the design on EQ6 and it's pretty cool :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickles
    A question Ann Clare did you put a binding around your quilt
    even through it doesn't actually need one ?
    Yes I did. I do it on some quilts and not others. It is personal. It brings the quilt together if the colors are scattered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newestnana
    Okay, I'm making one of these. Can't resist!

    I had some fat quarters of greens and oranges (sounds strange but I built the scheme around a green/orange print)...got some white background. Have strips cut...ready to start sewing! Each four-square block will consist of one orange, one green, two white squares. I tried out the design on EQ6 and it's pretty cool :-)
    Just remember Reversible Quilt As You Go (RQAYG) is addictive.

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    Thank you Ann Clare I'm just using two colors through out the quilt , but I will add a binding just for looks I think. Thanks for getting back to me so soon. I love this Reversible Quilting :D

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    Iam not very experienced..how do you sew squares together thanks

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    I'm really hoping others post pictures as they make progress on their RQAYGs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsgranny
    Iam not very experienced..how do you sew squares together thanks
    If you look at the 1st photo on page 2 you will see the needle and white thread on the red triangle. I have stitched part of the way down. I put the two blocks together and top sew. Some people call this whip stitch. I sew them in rows across ie. two by two. Hope this helps.

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    Thanks for sharing this,looks pretty simple.

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    ok....another dumb question....:( Is this the pattern where there is sort of a pocket left open on the "front"? I've seen potholders made like that and am wondering if this is a tute for making that type of block? Sorry for bothering everyone with another dumb question but I had to ask :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigger5464
    ok....another dumb question....:( Is this the pattern where there is sort of a pocket left open on the "front"? I've seen potholders made like that and am wondering if this is a tute for making that type of block? Sorry for bothering everyone with another dumb question but I had to ask :(
    First off no question is dumb. If you do not understand it means that others do not understand and may be afraid to ask. So you are asking for them also. In reversible quilt as you go there are no pockets. Somebody else may know the pattern you are thinking of.

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    love it thanks

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    thanks for the tutorial!

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    What a great tut. Thank you for sharing. I will have to try this.

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    Thair is a tutorial I just saw on lader stiching would that work and keep all stiches invisable?

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    How cool is this?!

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    Sooooo Nice! QAYG is the only kind I want to do. Thanks for sharing. Always on the look out for new ideas. :D

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    Great idea thanks for the tute great way to use all the pieces of fabric that we all end up with also I like the size of the block I did one before and it was much smaller this will work up faster! Thanks again for a great tute.

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    I have never seen version

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