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Thread: Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt as You Go

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    Junior Member egranger3809's Avatar
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    Good morning all! Here is my latest tutorial on Quilt as you go. Hope you like it.

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    Unfortunately it won't download. I see the first block, but not the rest. Would like to see it all!
    Thanks for trying.

    Oops, sorry. Must have been my "reader" opened fine with another program! :thumbup:

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    Thanks

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    Thank i will try it one day. Do u find it easier or more accurate than the ordinary way?

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    Wondering why you have 2 downloads for cutting directions?

    Sue

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    The quilt as you go method is quicker than the ordinary way of making a quilt. You are making the top and quilting at the same time. A money saver, a very sturdy quilt to be well used. I still make quilt tops the usual way, have them quilted etc. The care you take in making a quilt as you go, determines the quality of the piece just as any other quilt. I like the Quilt as You Go method.

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    it looks great, i have printed it out and will give it a try on a baby quilt.

    the last download is a repeat of cutting directions...

    thanks!

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    Looks like a new project to try. Many thanks. Download three is the same as one.

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    Thanks so much!

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    Love the idea of this, but what does the back look like? Sorry but I'm one of those that needs to see a 'pic' of something to get it in my mind. :oops:

    I've made several LC the original way, but would like to try this for a lap top gift for Christmas.

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    Thanks! I will try this one.

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    Got it down on notes for me to do soon along with all the other projects im dying to do! LOL
    But thanks for this tute !

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    Nice! Thanks for sharing.

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    Got the first ones ready to try. Many thanks for shaing this pattern!

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    Thank you

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    Thanks for the tute.

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    Download #4 was the same as #1, is this the way it was supposed to be?

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    Cool< Thanks for sharing

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    Thanks!

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    Thanks for sharing

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    The backing could be anything you like. Just as you would pick a backing for any other quilt, it is just that you do it now. Some of my quilts have one fabric on back of blocks and something different on the border. Your choice.

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    NEAT ! ! !

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    Thanks for the tutorial and will give it a try. :)

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    One sheet is written in Word. The other is a PDF file. Some computers will not open the Word file.

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