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  • Answer to Question - Did you work on a quilt today?

    Yup!! I work on a quilt almost every day, since I belong to a very active QOV group (Greene Co. Quilters) in Greene County, TN. We do 2-3 quilt presentations to our veterans every Saturday, and are booked up through Oct. 31. There are 4-6 of us that make the quilt tops and 1 lady long-arms them. They are put into matching pillowcases (made by the same
    Posted to Did you work on a quilt today? #10 (Forum) by Peg Lassen on Sun, Jun 15 2014
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #4

    I work on a quilt almost every day....just can't get enough!!! My first quilt (that I started 2 years ago) grew from a double bed size to a King size...no need for a dust ruffle now! Found out I was doing trapunto (didn't even know what that was)and it's all hand quilting. Just have the outside border and the rolled edge left to quilt. Meanwhile
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Peg Lassen on Fri, Sep 16 2011
  • Re: How I baste/sandwich my quilts

    Althea, Thanks for the info. As a new quilter, I am just about ready to baste/sandwich my quilt and found your tips helpful. I do have one question though....what did you use to spray baste the layers together??? Spray starch or what?? Please, anyone, give me some tips, o.k.?? o.k.!! Thanks, Peg
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Peg Lassen on Sun, Nov 7 2010
  • Quilt as you go

    I heard somewhere that you can make quilt squares and quilt them as you go. I'm new to quilting and would like to know the details of how you do this, and how do you sew the pre-quilted squares together without having any raw edges showing. If anyone can help me out with this, I'd surely appreciate it.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Peg Lassen on Thu, Aug 26 2010
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