Any suggestions? March 2012 Log cabin blocks can't be sashed if you want to make a traditional pattern. Bee Sewcial An individual quilt block is easy to navigate underneath your standard sewing machine. I am just having this problem of how to stitch the batting together without having those stitches effect the top of the block. January 2011 Simply quilt to one layer of batting - that's it! June 2011 Oct 13, 2013 - Quilt as you go process 13. Push the seamed front fabrics into the fold and pin them out of the way. August 2017 Grandma’s Kitchen Quilt instructions are still available on Pat Sloan’s website, and they’re free!. December 2018 February 2013 Here's the link to Rose Smith: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pL36s08wg4, How can you make a string quilt with this method. At this point, I always stop and think that on one hand, the quilt designer has put a lot of time and effort on the quilt and there are probably good reasons why the designer has come up with those particular sashing … November 2013 Thank-you. March 2014 December 2010 The one problem I have, however, with every quilt I make, is the fact that it is awful hard to machine quilt … January 2014 Essentially, this technique means you create BLOCKS and you quilt them individually, and then you join the QUILTED blocks into a large quilt, with sashing. September 2012 Joining quilted log cabin blocks without sashing. If you’re using a quilt pattern that has sashing, the pattern will tell you how wide and long to cut your strips. Perfection is not required here, batting is forgiving. July 2019 It seems the row joining process would be interrupted by the joining seams for the blocks? Ay ideas to help me? So, I'll try your method [backwards] & finish at the front, with a fancy overlap stitch! I am hand quilting block for an English Garden quilt for my granddaughter and this tutorial showed me just how to connect the blocks together in a very understanding way!! (There will be 1 1/2 inches of sashing showing but 1/2 inch of it is sitting on top of the seam allowance.) The Penny Sampler Class I'm back into quilting again, this time by machine! With the back of the blocks facing you, lay the piece flat and pin back the backing fabric. I am making my first king sized quilt, and this will make my process so much better. I’m a beginner yet, so it’s constantly challenging and fun and creative all at once. April 2019 February 2010, Have you ever wondered what "quilt as you go" was? Step 1: First you … When you quilt as you go, it makes it much easier to achieve tight quilting lines without turning your whole … I got excited about quilt as you go because I don't feel confident to machine quilt a large quilt. When you join the blocks in one row, you don't even have one block, just the 1/4 inch seams joining the blocks. Marci, some thirty years ago I was doing "lap quilting", yes, quilting by hand! What is Quilt As You Go? This is a 6-row quilt, so I joined it into 3 sections and quilted each section by machine, using my walking foot. Hooray!Proof that you can join quilted blocks or sections together without sashing or lumps and bumps. October 2017 2017 Finish A Long There is no sashing required and quilting while piecing makes these types of projects go together … November 2012 March 2010 April 2016 The photos below are mine, but all of the wording is Leanne. July 2017 Pin the batting together. *** Don't Miss Our Newest Video ... "Joining Quilt Blocks With Continuous Batting and Backing Strips". The first unquilted edge joins to the left center and the right center chunk, and the second unquilted edge joins the finished center strip. January 2012 What type of stich do you use to join the backing together. Kathy, Please comment on how you bind the edges (with traditional binding?). I am new to blogs.. May 2010 Do not use Quilt As You Go … I've never made a full sized quilt because I just cannot handle all that fabric at once and there isn't a place in this house I can lay out a quilt that size. Thank you so much! February 2011 August 2014 I don't like the "look" of how most of the QAYG blocks are joined together. Learn quilt as you go without sashing. A huge Thanks to Leanne for all the hard work! Handbags October 2013 As you add rows, you still just have the quarter inch under the machine. This video will show you one way you can Quilt As You Go (QAYG) with Sashing and Self Binding! You will save so much time with the new process. February 2017 This is fabulous! March 2019 Hi Leah, I am new to quilting and 100% love your tutorials. On the sample, it looks as if you stitch around all exposed edges first; is this correct! The quilted top can be attached to a quilt back by stitching in the ditch along the seam lines. The end is near and I owe it to you!! March 2016 Will give it a try. Thanks Sharon. I use lightweight fusible interfacing cut in very narrow strips to "glue the batting together. The rest is on the left, the main part you have done, and the one block or row of blocks. Like Liked by 1 person. thank you! September 2017 It lets me leave the sewing room and hang out with my husband. Style Stitches Many of the techniques use sashing to join the blocks. Thank you so much for this tutorial! I have never done this before, and you made it look so easy. Tutorials Stitch your front fabric, right sides together with a 1/4 inch seam. Wip Wednesday, January 2020 There are many ways to do quilt-as-you-go (QAYG). I join the block fronts, then trim all the batting, hand stitch the batting together, though using the iron on tape is something I want to try. August 2013 Do not attach backing at this time. June 2018 While avid quilters have an array of methods available for joining blocks, there's one process to always keep in mind: quilt-as-you-go. Learn quilt as you go without sashing This tutorial demonstrates how to join two blocks with… And I've tested it with my latest quilt and it works great! I tried message, mail. ... Quilting 101 Machine Quilting Designs Free Motion Quilting Quilting Tutorials Quilting Projects Sampler Quilts Scrappy Quilts Christmas Quilt Patterns … It is not hard. Hi Marci So the way I do it, the outside corner chunks have two unquilted edges before joining. 2018 Finish A Long Thank you and I am starting to use this method today as I like the look much better than using strips to join. Great job! Love this. To use this technique, you will first need to stitch out your blocks which were specifically designed to be used without sashing. I have made a large guilt in a similar fashion using sashing so I understand the basic concept. August 2010 Hugs, Ellie. If your fronts are out of line, trim them. I've been researching the different methods of joining blocks and I'm so grateful that you have listed other quilters and the methods they use. Great technique - you make it look very achievable!!! I used fusible iron on tape to join the batting edges. Quilt As You Go is a favourite amongst quilters and embroiderers. April 2012 April 2010 a clean join on the front seam without adding any kind of design element to the front or the back of the quilt. Thank you. It is wonderful to make a new friend and to share ideas. If you machine sew the backing on each block, then you have only one block under the machine. Marci Girl Designs November 2019 July 2013 September 2010 You made it seem so easy that I think I can manage it! This tutorial demonstrates how to join two blocks without sashing. Thank you so much for this tutorial, it will help with my next big project. After having just priced professional quilting services (ouch), and knowing I won't get the quilting quite the way I'd like it anyway, this really is the best solution I've found. I sent you a couple of questions under “contact me” about this method of QAYG. This video demonstrates QAYG with sashing. It worked out quite nicely as I can't imagine doing the quilting the conventional way on my standard machine. I am working in chunks of 3 x 3 blocks (30"x30") which I do not prewash. You may want to test this out on some scrap pieces of batting to get the best size of stitch to achieve this with your sewing machine. :). Carpet installers lay 2 adjoining rooms of carpet separately but let them overlap loosely where the 2 pieces meet. It is amazing to me that a gal from Louisiana, Britain and Canada can work together (without ever having met) to come up with something so useful! I planned to join it as you show here. the batting securely joined so it would not shift into a lump. A feisty mom designing, sewing and blogging her way through everyday life! The easiest instructions, simple and to the point. I must be missing something. 15. November 2017 I decided to make a quilt as you go king size quilt for my daughter in law for her 40s. Giveaways Awesome! May 2014 I have so enjoyed working with you on this three country collaboration! On one side, fold and iron under 1/4 inch of backing fabric. Everyday Life You can transform any quilt block into quilt-as-you-go by simply quilting the finished block to a matching square of batting. Be careful to use a heat setting on your iron suitable for your batting. Projects October 2019 February 2014 Thank you. September 2013 This is the clearest tutorial I've been able to find so far! Quilting projects like table runners and baby quilts are ideal for the Quilt As You Go Method. This gives you something to hang onto while you quilt and the extra for the joining of the blocks later. The bonus is the clear instructions and very good pictures as I learn best by seeing it done. Doesn’t this method become very cumbersome when you are trying do a larger quilt such as a king? Thanks so much to Lynne for having us today! There are some fun projects in the book that I hope to some day complete. It is brilliant. Now I can help my daughter make her king size spread. This is my truly first QAYG tutorial to assemble a quilt without sashing. !facebook - https://www.facebook.com/darlenemichaudspageThis video will show you one way to Quilt As You Go (QAYG) to create a quilt with the appearance of sashing and self binding! Fold and pin the batting and backing fabric out of the way. I did see a video that I believe is exactly the same as the one you show us here. This tutorial allowed me to start quilting since I could not afford to have a quilt done by a long-arm quilter. This will let me quilt it in thirds, easily manageable on my domestic machine. Handstitched Class I am doing a big quilt right now and will try this method!! The sashing post fabric should contrast with the quilt sashing fabric and yet complement the overall quilt. Learn QAYG 2 ways in 5 minutes More details on each method: QAYG with narrow sashing QAYG with wide sashing… September 2011 I understand how I've to do ! Marci, thank you for this collaboration! April 2013 I love the look of this and hand sewing is fun for me, so yay! Quilt-as-you-go without sashing – Turnabout patchwork QAL. Recipes My problem is I didn't leave 1" to join the halves! Thank you. Tutorial - QAYG, joining the blocks without sashing For my regular blog readers, this tutorial is going to come a little from left field. Simple quilts with a twist to assemble the quilt top. August 2012 With more complex explaining than needs to … Using it for my Green Tea and Sweet Beans - I am a hand quilter and love how portable this makes my project. I really agree with Lori It was the last in a long line of Q as you Go and is SO clear. :). I quilted several quilts this way. One tutorial is completely finished by machine while the other is hand stitched at the back. June 2017 Quilt your blocks with the backing fabric in place. It's a signature quilt, so it needs custom quilting, not just an allover design. no bulky seam from sewing the front and the batting together. I visualize each step and I do not understand how the batting can be stitched together without the stitches showing on the top. Thanks a lot for this TUTO. Hope this makes sense. There are many ways to do quilt-as-you-go (QAYG). Many of the techniques use sashing to join the bocks. Thank you. I'm not explaining it well but the center row is finished much as you describe but the rows on the sides have to have the right center seam on the left side unquilted and the left center seam on the right side unquilted. Swaps July 2011 I made a queen size quilt using this method about 20 years ago. Thank-you so much for posting this. The idea is similar to a flatlock that you can do with a serger. I have been wanting to try QAYG for a while now, but I could never wrap my hear around the finishing. Trim the backing fabric if needed so that the pieces overlap about 1/2 inch when smoothed out. Hint: I purchased my book at Joann’s using a 50% off coupon! October 2018 June 2014 December 2017 I wanted to find a better way of joining the … This week we’ll assemble the blocks into a quilt top. August 2018 Hello! If you want to learn how to make a Crazy Quilt Block, please watch video #1 in this playlist:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOyBpgg5noRUyB0xTYhr0gbCqQg3p4fk6To learn how to make a Rag Quilt, watch this playlist (it's a Christmas quilt, just use different fabric prints):https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOyBpgg5noRXKuxZ5OMUliH8MbuLnxzzRCheck out my eBay auctions!http://www.ebay.com/sch/darlenemichaud/m.htmlSee my son Derrick's website http://derrickmichaud.com/and check his band schedulehttp://roklobmusic.derrickmichaud.com/Check Out Skylar's World (my granddaughter)https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCchtZ7YPtd1sjgiYuxry4_gPlease Visit my Blog! Random Thoughts After following you on YouTube and being helped so much,I bought your book. March 2017 Quilt as you go is a technique that allows you to sew the blocks and do the quilting at the same time. If you want to learn how to make a Crazy Quilt Block, watch video #1 on this playlist:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOyBpgg5noRUyB0xTYhr0gbCqQg3p4fk6To learn how to make a Rag Quilt, watch this playlist (it's for Christmas, but you can just change the prints of fabric):https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOyBpgg5noRXKuxZ5OMUliH8MbuLnxzzRPlease subscribe for a front row seat in my Peanut Gallery!! Quilts I was using a method similar to yours: pinned back and batting out of the way and sewed the tops together...then trim batting, lay one side backing open over seam, fold other side backing under 1/4" and overlap the flat side, hand st closed..long story short- damaged my hand and couldn't do hand sewing . Thank you so much for the tutorial. November 2010 While you can make the blocks in any technique you want, for this tutorial I used the easiest technique: I just quilted a design in the center of … May 2012 Could you help me? The good thing about this method is that you are working with the top fabric and the batting together so there is no need for basting or spraying at the end of a big quilt because the batting is already attached to each … If you learn better with a book, I recommend Quilt-As-You-Go Made Modern* by Jera Brandvig. Saved by Teresa DownUnder. Actually that was really helpful! Newest adventure for me will be to learn to quilt as I go but without sashing. 2019 Finish A Long There are many ways to do quilt-as-you-go (QAYG) and these are 2 of my favourite methods. Your sewing space won’t be overrun by fabric and supplies, and you can easily cut, sew, and quilt a project in a very small area. When you flip the sashing down it will hang out over the edge of the yellow striped block by 1″. (*affiliate). April 2014 Its really easy. i have been searching for an idea to join my blocks. Align the two blocks and place them right sides together. I have made one quilt this way, and am in the middle of a second one. Get the full video... Jump to. This tutorial is the answer for me because I don't want sashing between my quilt blocks. your way is much easier... and flatter seam. I has been washed many times and is still beautiful. Thanks very much for this! I have been making rag baby quilts for years now as each new baby is born in my family and this seems like the logical next step to move on to! Thank you for the great tutorial! June 2012 I've been thinking about this for ages, because I designed a 2 block quilt for my inlaws 50th anniversary. Thank you so much! THANK YOU!!! October 2011 April 2017 December 2011 July 2010 What a great idea and tutorial. Thank so very much. Quilt-As-You-Go Quilt: Quilting is something that I absolutely enjoy. February 2018 (I'm using up the scraps my two daughters have left from their many projects, I can't STAND to see them go to waste!) I do have a question though--if the blocks are joined through the entire length of the block, how do you then join the rows? the quilting to show on the back of the quilt. Quilt-as-you-go without sashing video tutorial - Turnabout patchwork QAL (166) Quilt-as-you-go without sashing video tutorial - Turnabout patchwork QAL - YouTube. Thanks ladies, it has been fun! Step 1: Quilt Blocks. T. Yes, please post how to finish the edge, I'm going to try this as my first ever quilt! July 2018 Make sure your back fabric and batting are larger than the front block. I then sew the unquilted 1" margin (top layer only) of the second chunk through all three layers of the first chunk trim the batting to match and fold under the backing and hand sew. March 2011 Ive always used a machine..... What an awesome tutorial! When the extra is removed from both pieces, the cut edges will align perfectly because they are made with the same cut! Jun 27, 2019 - Quilt-as-you-go (QAYG) without sashing video tutorial - YouTube Thanks! This was the method I used to put the hand quilted, pieced squares together with batting and backing. Inspirational Projects you make this look easy, can't wait to try it! Quilting Bees Might try that one day too. This video will show you one way you can Quilt As You Go (QAYG) with Sashing and Self Binding! (Most of the quilts I make do not have sashing.) October 2012 July 25, 2019 TeresaDownUnder 8 Comments. April 2011 I just finished a queen size bed quilt using QYAG with sashing connectors. I took 2pics to show you what I didn’t understand but I can’t seem to get them to you. I have a great tutorial brought to you today by the lovely Leanne of. Thank you for any assistance provided!!! Thank you! Also, because I will have 9 chunks to assemble when I am done, it was important to remember to leave the one inch unquilted margin on two sides of the four outside corner pieces. November 2011 Learn in 5 minutes how to quilt as you go any block without sashing. Merci pour ce super TUTO ! Clothing I don't think I helped! I started a quilt many yrs ago and never finished it☹️. and I 'm sharing this tutorial in my blog. July 2015 Hooray!Proof that you can join quilted blocks or sections together without sashing or lumps and bumps. March 2018 First, you will attach the 2″ piece of sashing to the yellow striped block using a 1/2″ seam allowance. I'm learning to quilt by myself - no classes -- too expensive -- this is great! The photo below shows this sample after it was finished, washed and dried. Follow the instructions on page 23 of Turnabout Patchwork. I've been thinking about this for ages, because I designed a 2 block quilt for my inlaws 50th anniversary. January 2018 You may want to hang one side over the ironing board to make this easier. Our full photo lessons will take you step by step in creating the block, these designs already have the cutting guides built into the design, through to easily putting the blocks together. July 2012 Essentially, QAYG is a way to break down your quilting into more manageable pieces, making it a go-to for those who have smaller work spaces, are working on small-scale projects (like a patchwork … June 2010 Quilt As You Go with no sashing, allows you to create pre quilted blocks, which are then put together using this easy tech-nique to create larger pre quilted blocks. I bought your “Explore Walking Foot Quilting” book and find it very useful; especially as this is my main quilting method for now, as free motion is still defeating me at the moment! January 2017 You are in luck! I will definitely try this. ty for posting this great tutorial. March 2013 I had figured out the front stitching and the back hand sewing, but could not figure out how to keep the batting from buckling in betweek. Thank you so much!! I add my bindings back to front, by machine, & use a fancy stitch on the front. Leave about 1 inch unquilted at the edges of the front fabric. This made my understanding and ability to make beautiful quilted pieces on my home machine so much easier and a pleasure to learn. 2 thoughts on “Quilt-As-you-Go without sashing – 2 techniques” Shirley farley says: February 13, 2020 at 7:48 am You have no idea how I enjoy your tutorials. !http://darlenemichaud.com/Follow me on...twitter: @darlenemichaudinstagram: darlene_michaudsnapchat: darlenemichaudCamera I use is a Canon Vixia HF R600http://amzn.to/1RGPRAL You make it look like it's "traditionally" done! Thank you. May 2018 I got excited about quilt as you go because I don't feel confident to machine quilt a large quilt. Book Reviews I am working on a quilt using a method similar to this but I completely quilt the first chunk without leaving the unquilted margin. You sew it all the way to the end. I'm still deciding just how I will QAYG my particular design (Kentucky Crossroads) but need to understand all potential problems that I could encounter. Excellent solution for all three layers. Thanks so much for this tutorial. September 2014 When you are done, open the seam and smooth the batting or give it a very gentle tug to flatten it out. Sections of this page. August 2011 !https://www.youtube.com/c/darlenemichaudschannelPlease Like my Facebook Page! I then iron the overlap, and I have enjoyed hand stitching the backs. Quilt Along June 2013 For anyone wanting to dip their toes into the world of quilting, Quilt-As-You-Go is … (usually a doorway) Then they use a razor knife to cut through both pieces at once. January 2019 Thanks for the great close up photos. QUESTION: How do you bind around the edges of the quilt? The most you have under the machine is one block wide. A much easier QAYG without the sashing. May 2017 Sew Along THANK YOU!!! 11 thoughts on “Quilt-As-you-Go without sashing – video tutorial” Geraldine Morgan says: June 23, 2019 at 11:40 pm. July 2014 I love this! Fold the blocks, right sides together. Making my first quilt and wanted to do a quilt as you go but this is the first tutorial that made sense to me. Quilt-as-you-go with sashing. You would need a piece of mat board to lay between the stitched front pieces and the overlapped batting then cut with a rotary cutter. Then, take two rows, and you do the 1/4 inch seam, and that's all you have under the machine. May 2013 I'm almost ready to quilt so would appreciate comments as soon as possible. Or how to do it? January 2016 I certainly appreciate the post. We source some of the best tutorials online to help you manage your wordpress website. I have made a king size log cabin quilt in 2 pieces because one piece would not fit through my machine. October 2014 May 2011 I choose the straight furrows pattern for this one. TeresaDownUnder says: April 2018 I've saved your post for over a year waiting to use it. This year, I have found myself in the position of teaching quilting classes. Wordpress For Beginners Tutorials and information. Blog All This … Then place the back fabric with the turned-under side on top, smooth, pin and hand sew it in place. I like your way. These designs have been specifically designed to be put together without sashing. It is way cheaper than the stuff on a roll and you can cut it skinnier. J'ai enfin compris comment il faut faire ! Thanks Karen! February 2019 Sashing posts can be made of a single square of fabric, or they can incorporate design elements of the quilt: a nine-patch or quarter-square triangle block can easily be used as the sashing post block. Sewvivor September 2015 The last step matches some of the tutorials mentioned earlier. Press open the front seam. I thought of that too. I've watched a couple videos but wondering if there are tips out there that you experienced QAYG quilters can share. :), I think sashing the blocks doesn't suit every quilt, and I enjoy hand sewing so I like the demonstrated method, but the "backwards" way sounds great, and could add another interesting feature to a quilt. There are so many now. Clear, concise and it makes sense. Grandma’s Kitchen is Pat Sloan’s Sew-Along Quilt. In my classes, we have been exploring quilt-as-you go techniques. MY POINT IS -- I was so happy to see your tutorial to refresh in my mind the details. January 2013 I do all the rows first. that's great THANK YOU! February 2016 I would like to add something that may help with abutting the batting perfectly. A big thank you! Carefully trim the batting with scissors so that when it is lying flat both sides of the batting touch but do not overlap. They are made with the back fabric with the new process then they use a heat setting on iron! 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