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    Applique Angel

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    Default Best quilting video for quilt as you go

    This is hands down the best video I've seen for a very simple way to quilt as you go if you are joining blocks without sashing. I will be using this technique the next time I'm doing anything larger than a lap size quilt.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pL36s08wg4

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    Default Re: Best quilting video for quilt as you go

    I have done this a few times but with a couple of modifications with great success. I use fusible tape to secure the batting and I blind handstitch the back seam.

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    Default Re: Best quilting video for quilt as you go

    I may have to think about this. I think it would be faster than the way I do it.
    Be blessed,
    Sandy

    God has a plan and it is a good plan.

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    Applique Angel

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    Default Re: Best quilting video for quilt as you go

    Quote Originally Posted by wlrquilts View Post
    I have done this a few times but with a couple of modifications with great success. I use fusible tape to secure the batting and I blind handstitch the back seam.
    Thank you for alerting me to a product that will easily seam the batting!

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    Default Re: Best quilting video for quilt as you go

    I use another method of hers, that is similar to the Fun and Done but without the special rulers or templates that Fun and Done call for! I like both methods!

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