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    French General quilt

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    Cheerful, simple and red. This is so pretty and "old" looking, like something my grandmother would've had.

    quiltingimage.com

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    Love this idea! Each square is individually machine quilted with a different design and then the squares are joined using a quilt as you go method. The back of the quilt is just as pretty but all coordinating solids, which really highlight the quilting designs. Pretty and beautifully textured.

    crazy mom quilts: finish it up Friday, week 2

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    A quilt as you go method which gives a flat finish and looks great on the front...I want to try this one.

    she can quilt: Quilt As You Go – joining the blocks

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    Quilt as you go method of quilting. Designed to quilt with the backing in place, no sashing between blocks while keeping batting smooth.

    Lily's Quilts: Quilt As You Go – joining the blocks

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    Hello Everyone. When I cut my quilting fabric, I save all my fabric strings. Then use them to create my "End of Day" Quilters Baskets. This is another basket in progress. Great for storing quilts and quilt projects too! ✂️ Free Tutorial susies-scraps.com..Cute! kf

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    OMG her version of quilt-as-you-go is like string piecing! StitchedInColor, via Flickr - QAYG

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    Quilt-as-you-go (QAYG) is a style of block-making that combines piecing your block with quilting.  Why?  Because when making a large quilt, quilting can be quite a challenge for those of us sewing on normal, home machines.  QAYG is a more enjoyable way to finish a quilt, particularly if your quilting pattern is complex.  And quilting around lots of ticker tape scraps definitely qualifies as complex.  If you're newer to quilting, I recommend QAYG!

    Bottled Rainbows {how to make}

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    Quilt-as-you-go - must try this method and love the bright colors in this. Great idea to use up scraps in less time!

    Super Scrappy Soccer Quilt | The {studio} blog by April Rosenthal

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    .re-fashioning detail

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    sampler quilt block magnets - now those are MINI quilts! The blocks are 1 1/2 inches. Yikes!

    itty bitty quilt blocks | a cuppa and a catch up

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    cute embroidery

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    Monster Quilt

    Blog Archive » Monster Quilt

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    Photo: Betty visits Miss Simpkins allotment..X She returned with Sweet Peas and a Cauliflower. michelle holmes

    Michelle Holmes

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    Lady Isabell's Travel Quilt

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    Ruth Issett

    RUTH ISSETT - Layers of Colour and Stitch

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    Patchwork vintage linen quilt - old napkins or any other heirloom material can be used. This is an awesome idea. Love, love, love it!!!!

    La Boutique de Baucis et Philélmon

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    Christmas bauble Decoration Tutorial ... Cat #felt

    Christmas Bauble Tutorial 2014

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    close up, Round the Garden quilt workshop with Wendy Williams as seen at KimzSewing. Wool applique.

    Round the Garden with Wendy Williams

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    Knit a Basket to Use Up Some Stash

    Knit a Basket to Use Up Some Stash

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    How To Dye Textiles With Coffee & Tea — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

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    t shirt dishtowels

    Knit a Dishcloth from old Clothes

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    Use net bags oranges come in.

    Berlin's Whimsy - Knitted Dish Scrubbie Pattern Tutorial

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    knit cabled bathrug from bedsheet yarn

    rag bath mat tutorial

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    Free Moss Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

    Moss Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern - Midwestern Moms

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