3 edition of Quilt as you go found in the catalog.
Quilt as you go
|LC Classifications||PS3619.A277 Q853 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781934841587, 9781934841594|
|LC Control Number||2009048445|
If you learn better with a book, I recommend Quilt-As-You-Go Made Modern* by Jera Brandvig. (*affiliate). There are some fun projects in the book that I hope to some day complete. Hint: I purchased my book at Joann’s using a 50% off coupon! For anyone wanting to dip their toes into the world of quilting, Quilt-As-You-Go is ideal. Hence, the follow up name of my second book, Quilt As-You-Go Made Vintage. So while my first book had more modern style quilts, this book has a more traditional feel to it. However, with 9 projects and 51 sampler block patterns to choose from, there is .
You can find the quilt pattern for the Hugs and Kisses quilt in the book Explore Walking Foot Quilting with Leah Day.. Quilt-As-You-Go Works for Any Kind of Quilting. Yes, all of the blocks you saw in this video were quilted with walking foot quilting! Choose from a rainbow of solid colors, upload and audition your own stash, or select from popular collections right here in GO!Quilt. Download Custom Instructions. After you’ve created your one-of-a-kind project, simply download your custom instructions and you’re ready to .
Quilt-as-you-go is a technique that eliminates a couple of steps from the typical way of making a quilt. You sew together the quilt top and attach it to the batting all in one step, instead of putting together the quilt top first and then adding the batting and backing layers. I received a copy of Quilt-as-you-go made modern by Jera Brandvig.. While I have tried some of the QAYG techniques before – see video below – the book is very thorough and detailed. Jera not only describes the technique but she also offers alternatives to the basic block by block quilting.
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While many quilt-makers use the quilt as-you-go method to make improvisational quilts, you can make your blocks look as abstract or as structured as you want, or a little bit of both. The traditional Ohio Star nine-patch quilt block is a good example since it is a structured block that typically requires premeasuring and perfect seam allowances /5().
I found this book so much easier to understand than other QAYG books. If you have avoided free-motion quilting or are still a bit timid, Quilt As-You-Go Made Vintage is ideal for you. And if you are fully experienced, you will have pure fun coming up with your own designs/5(). - Explore marlenehh's board "QUILT AS YOU GO", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Quilt as you go, Quilts, Quilt patterns pins. Quilt-As-You-Go Quilt: Quilting is something that I absolutely enjoy. I’m a beginner yet, so it’s constantly challenging and fun and creative all at once. The one problem I have, however, with every quilt I make, is the fact that it is awful hard to machine quilt on.
"Quilt-As-You-Go" is a great book for quilters just learning as well as quilters that want to complete their quilts themselves. Using placemats, table runners, wallhangings, and table toppers to name a few projects, Gudrun shows you how to /5(9).
The quilt as you go method is a favorite among longtime quilters. Essentially, this technique includes any method of quilting which involves sandwiching pieces of the backing, batting, and top individually rather than making the whole quilt top and then sandwiching it.
I make mostly quilt as you go quilts based on Sharon Pederson’s book, Reversible Quilts – Two at a Time. Both the front and back are ‘patterned’ and for the Bloomin’ Quilt as you Go, you could make the backs alternating fabrics (checkerboard style) and have an interesting reverse side.
Meet Marti Michell, author of dozens of instructional books and your quilt-as-you-go guide. Marti begins by introducing the technique itself, and why it's so dynamic: When the sewing is done, so is the quilt. She also shows how to select and prepare your batting and backing to get off to a good start.
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The most inspiring part of the book for me was the way Jera took other quilt patterns and designs and made quilt-as-you-go options for them.
I’ve seen lots of log cabin variations of quilt-as-you-go blocks, but was totally inspired by some new looks and options. This Emerald City quilt is going on my to-do list. Quilt As You Go is the third book of the Loose Threads mystery series by Arlene Sachitano, set in modern-day fictional small town Foggy Point in Washington state.
Harriet owns and operates her aunt Beth's quilting business, and is an active member and unofficial leader of the town's quilt guild, the Loose Threads.4/5. I have another fun quilting tutorial for you today. We’ll be making this cute quilt-as-you-go book cover from start to finish.
It’s also super beginner friendly, teaches basic quilt-as-you-go techniques including binding. This is a really fun project to help make some of those less than attractive school. The quilt-as-you-go method is a quilting technique that is exactly what it sounds like — you quilt as you go along.
So, as you are piecing your fabric together, you are also quilting the quilt. It is a great technique to use on table runners, pot holders. The Quilt As You Go lessons, videos and patterns are the most popular pages here at Shiny Happy World. That makes sense.
It’s a super easy and fun way of quilting, and I don’t know of anyone else who does it quite the way I do. Over time I’ve added a bunch of tutorials to answer questions, demonstrate specific steps, and make things as. Love this book After struggling with a quilt over the weekend and looking like I just ran a marathon when I'm trying to quilt I have been looking at quilt as you go tutorials to find an easier presto here it g forward to.
This smaller book has 4 quilt projects and each one has a slight twist to the joining process. Take a look at the quilts and read more about them here T-Shirt Quilts using Quilt As You Go. All about how to turn treasured T-shirts into quilts, using. Customer Reviews for Learn to Quilt as You Go: Average Rating: out of 5 (Reviewed by 60 customers.) Sign in to write a review.
Great class. I am looking forward to doing the projects Nancy taught. She is a great instructor and easy to follow. I am thankful I can go back to the class as many times as I like. Thank you very much. Carol.5/5(60). With unique projects that you can finish fast, the Gudrun Erla Learn To Quilt-As-You-Go quilting guidebook is perfect for beginners as well as experienced quilting enthusiasts.
Interesting and informative, this book will help you discover the joy of creating and completing quilted projects. Editorial Reviews. Quilt-as-you-go (QAYG) is one of those techniques that every quilter is curious about trying, but can be daunting as the process is so different to the traditional process of making a quilt top and then quilting : C&T Publishing / Stash Books.
Press only the top sashing strip open to the right. Layer the quilt block on top with the front side down (front sides together). Align the right side of the block with the edge of the top sashing strip. Sew together on right edge using 1/4″ seam.
This is what it should look like after it’s joined Now flip it open, the front side is done. Quilt-As-You-Go Patterns You don't need a fancy quilting sewing machine or advanced skills to create a beautiful and easy quilt-as-you-go sewing project.
Whether you're a beginning sewer or an advanced seamstress, quilt-as-you-go sewing projects are perfect for busy folks who don't have a lot of time but want to do some creative sewing.This is definitely the biggest quilt I have ever done 94 inches by Had to ask a friend to longarm quilt it so not a quilt as you go but thought I would share anyway.
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Mary Berg But you cut the dogs apart😭.Do you believe rules were meant to be broken? If so, this improvisational quilt-as-you-go technique is for you. Instead of dealing with precise paper patterns and cutting measurements, you'll learn how to piece fabric onto small, manageable batting blocks%(1).