Have you ever have your quilt batting to get out of place? I am talking about after you have made the quilt and then you go lay the batting onto the backing and then the quilt top. Well I have come up with a way to make it easy way. I am taking piecing on of batting and I cut the same size as the patch work block and sewing batting to the patch work quilt block together. Then when it time to pin you don't have to worry about your batting getting out of place because it has already been sew down. Happy Sewing to all you quilter out there.

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Comment by LouRay on November 9, 2009 at 9:25am
wow thats cool
im going make some quilts after christmas for gifts next year
this soung so easy
ok im going make a square then cut my batting to fit in side the square
does this mean when its time to sew the quilt i just sew the squares together and
iso when im threw i just have to add the backing to
the quilt
let me no if this is right Lou
Comment by Laurie on October 27, 2009 at 12:03pm
What you are talking about is called "Quilt as you go" . It's a technique where you individually quilt
each block, then put them all together with sashing. I know there is a book out on this method. Gee, just when we think we've come up with a neat idea, we have to find out, someone else thought of it first and is now making money from it!!!

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