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Joining Quilt Blocks with Continuous Backing and Batting Strips

List of ways:Joining Quilt Blocks with Continuous Backing and Batting Strips. esp like this one using embroidery machine.

2 quilt as you go blocks joined without a sashing strip. This allows the chain pattern to flow.

2 quilt as you go blocks joined without a sashing strip. This allows the chain pattern to flow.

The Quilting Edge: Tutorial/QAYG  Making the Blocks - note: step 1 of about 7 steps on the site.

The Quilting Edge: Tutorial/QAYG # the Blocks.I want to try this stitch and flip w the batting as a foundation!

26 Quilt as You Go Tutorials |

Quilt As You Go Tutorials: QAYG Video and 26 Quilt Tutorials

QAYG tutorial on sashing with back strip and 1 top strip so that "finishing" strip is actually on the top of the quilt Opposite of most QAYG tutorials

Neatly  trimmed blocks, ready to put together for  quilt as you go no sashing.See my new ruler? It's a 24" lip ruler. On Ebay for $12. I don't know how I ever did without it. It's wonderful for cutting strips from large pieces of fabric, too.

Neatly trimmed blocks, ready to put together for quilt as you go no sashing.See my new ruler? It's a 24" lip ruler. On Ebay for $12. I don't know how I ever did without it. It's wonderful for cutting strips from large pieces of fabric, too.

Video tutorial: hexagon block made with a 60 degree ruler - free template and download

Quick and easy hexagon block with 60 degree ruler video tutorial

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