But, I really loved every other aspect of making the quilt. Attach the borders to the centrepiece in the same way as you joined the blocks together. As always if you try this technique I’d love to see and admire your project!! I loved your tutorial. And to avoid as much bulk in the seams as possible, I used a lightweight fusible stabilizer to keep my seams as flush as possible. When I get close to the backing being gone, I will sew on the special stripe and continue as above. Brilliant. Thanks for your detailed explanation! For starters, we have just adjusted the fabric requirements based on width of fabric (WOF) so ensure that you reread those first as you may need less fabric. It sure will be worth a try. Except I am going to change by taking my quilts to a shop to be quilted. I used a frixion pen Kristi. I just wanted to let folks know that your method is the bomb! Excellente idée! I actually have done this to a number of quilts. Now we need to join the squares into rows. Required fields are marked *. Amazing! etc… You will quilt the blocks individually first and then put them together with a two inch wide sashing. But after making an entire queen sized quilt using that technique, I knew from experience that it takes a LONG time. I would rather do a double row of stitching so it catches the fabric and not just the stitches. Take care and thank you again . Mine was generous twin size. It seems so much more manageable to do it your way and you may have just given me the confidence to do it! I am going to to this for sure. A Quarter of an inch is quite a bit to be out. I have used this technique and love it. Please answer directly to my email address as I probably will never find this exact location again to be able to read your reply here!! I love this concept. A bientôt I’m not a pin person either or super fastidious. Lay them right sides together and join them together on the right-hand side of the first block (so that when you open them back out again they are in the correct order) with a 1/2 inch (or bigger) seam. Wow, I can’t wait to get started. Great tute , yes we are finding this even after ? Thanks! Discussion Click here to cancel reply. Warm Warm Company Batting So it is really best to make them bigger. Oliso Iron 5. When I am pinning the 2nd square to the 1 inch back strip, it’s all square and lined up. I like your idea a lot & love your commentary, makes me smile! I will lay out the whole kit and kaboodle and butt the next row of batting between the block strips and backing and tack it to the first row of batting without overlapping the pieces of batting. {Although I must admit that a couple of the seams on the blocks on my first quilt have come away from each other over time – but that will be more to do with my wonky sewing because I was just learning at the time and probably couldn’t sew a straight seam – That could happen with any type of quilt! I wish I’d seen this before I made my gigantisized king size for my bed. Then pick up both of those blocks and place them on top of the 3rd block in that row… The main thing with this one is to make sure the seams are a consistent 1/4″. Once you have all your blocks made, or the first batch or whatever, then it’s time to baste them to your wadding of choice. I’ll have to try it on my next “larger” project. Hey there, love the tutorial. More . But we got there and she did well! While I have tried some of the QAYG techniques before – see video below – the book is very thorough and detailed. Ergonomic Solutions for Quilters. Brilliant minds. It is fully reversible and looks great in either soft vintage materials or bright moderns colors. Now I’ve got one less excuse! Turn it right side out. Creative Grids Ruler 8½â€ x 24½â€ 2. Linda. Yeah! Take your first two blocks. Thanks for sharing! Will it fall apart more easily? Now we want to secure our two layers together by stitching in the ditch around the blocks. Thanks for the inspiration. Once you have finished piecing your rows throw them all on the floor Gently fold them up and place them nicely on the floor or hang them over the back of a chair and start on the next row until you have all 7 rows pieced together…, … You need to prepare them next for sewing together by ironing the seams open…, Now usually I’m a “press-to-the-sider” (sheer laziness because it’s faster), but this is definitely a time when you want to press the seams open! It has pros and cons like any other method, but in my (humble) opinion I think the pro’s far outweigh the cons and I know without a shadow of a doubt that I will go on to use it time and again. However, I think you will be fine with the written instructions and video. ).Then pieced the blocks together with strips.) What a great tutorial! Once you’ve finished all the ditches vertically (or horizontally) then turn your quilt and do the opposite ditches. Traditionally when people make these, they also secure the middle of the block in some fashion. Check the video for 2 different methods on how to do this. Make sure you do remove them and don’t sew over them or you may break a needle. Thanks for responding so quickly! However, for my cheeky quilt, I haven’t yet done anything to anchor the middle. many thx for no annoying music to distract from vid. Then I can quilt that next row of blocks, aft […], Just the tutorial I was looking for. One day, I happened upon a huge stash of adorable fabric at a thrift store, and just HAD to make a twin quilt for my little girl right then! Love the quilt. You have inspired me to try the QAYG method. I know that probably gives some of you shivers down your spine at the thought of potentially “wonky” lines, but I’m going more with the term “organic” and it really suited the style of the quilt I was making. Your way seems to work out so well and still be stress free, so thank you!!! It will also depend on what sized blocks you do as well, mine are pretty massive! This step is a little tricky so I suggest you watch the video below to see exactly how this is done. seriously? Thank you SO much for doing this tutorial. Thanks for your QAYG tutorial with sashing. My numbered piles all ready to be sewn together, Heheh this picture is taken after I’ve already ironed them actually – up until then the chuck them on the floor bit – that’s me – but shhhh don’t tell . 62″ x 52″. Step 9 seems to involve a lot of bulk under the sewing arm, which is always my difficulty in quilting a full size quilt using a regular sewing machine. Leave a 10 to 12″ opening at the bottom or one side. Trim the squares to 10″. Because we are only stitching in the ditch around the blocks this is why you can pin from the back; because if we are careful about where we place our pins then we don’t have to remove any of them as we quilt, but it’s easier to smooth out the back really nice (since the front is already smooth and quilted ). And a LOT of stamina. I think your QAYG method is perfect for my project. This seems like the simplest QAYG method I have seen. But with this I can use the more traditional blocks I love and still do the quilt as you go. Could you direct me to the place to print pattern……without all the ads and pictures. Just not sure how sewing stitches can keep this together sewing on them only and only to the backing. Pick up all 3 of those blocks and place them on the fourth… I am going to try it but I have cornerstones in my sashing and am not sure about that. You will enjoy the whole process. It won’t always be an immediate reply as we are in Australia and may be asleep. Line up the 1″ strip from the 1st block along the edge of the next block. Very interesting reading, thanks! Without standing over your shoulder, it’s going to be a bit difficult to see what is going on. June Taylor Shape Cut Pro ruler 7. My question is about the batting requirement, we need a total of 3 yards? I have a love/hate relationships with quilting. I’ve appliqué’d butterflies on 20 blocks & wanted to use my regular sewing machine to quilt around them. I think it will really appeal to me, making life easier! Great blog! I have been sitting on the blocks I have cut out for a queen size quilt because I just knew how awful quilting it was going to be even though I have a machine with a nice big neck. I love it. It was loads of help! So far I don’t know if I’m going to add anything. This seems doable for me – a great way to make a queen size quilt on my little Bernina. This video shows how to prepare for simple borders on a quilt as you go quilt.www.gourmetquilter.com In regards to the batting, it will depend on how you are going to be buying it as it can come in small pre-cut packs or on the roll and the rolls can measure 60″, 90″ or 120″ and variants in between. Notice the dark grey ‘sashing’ between all the blocks and spacers of the quilt top. }, Righto, go have fun with your steam jets again and steam the other seams all open. I’m sure I’m missing something, but would like to hear your opinion. Thanks for the inspiration! :)), Hopefully, these are enough – it’s a bit hard to capture the back…, Can kind of see one of my free-motion hearts in the middle there…. I hate to admit it, but I also have a lazy tendency. Maybe one of our other readers may be able to throw some light on your problem. Does that make sense? Cornerstones would look great but with this method I’m not sure how you would do that easily. Then I can quilt that next row of blocks, after pinn […]. This is a really good tutorial – I love your style. Ive never done a QAYG quilt …Perhaps I should stick it on my list for this year …. Once I have done the first row, I will add the next row of blocks sewn in a row with a 1/4 inch seam to just the first row of blocks and press the seam open. A colour wheel helps with colour co-ordinating and they are relatively inexpensive. Thank you so much! These layers need to be quilted. I had NO idea really what folks were talking about RE QAYG (beyond the obvious) and this took the mystery out. You don’t need that much…, I laid a bunch out upside down on a huge piece of batting, sprayed them all and then flipped them over one by one, leaving a border of batting of at least an inch around each block…. Sew the cornerstone pieces to the border piece. This is just what I was looking for when searching for an easy quilt for my grandson. The one thing I sometimes add, if my blocks are massive or large; I do a large zig zag across the opened up ironed seems. One row straight the next with the corners to the straight side and so on. I actually have a stack of wonky log cabin blocks that I plan to use quilt as you go with them. The video is just under the first two paragraphs. {Just makes it less heavy that way! {You want to make the seam a little more generous than the usual 1/4 inch just to give it more strength.}. Will be trying it out tomorrow actually! Well I guess again part of that will depend on your construction & the quality of your materials used ;). I don’t see how to accomplish that since you are quilting in the ditch for each row. kids homework (NO crayon! Get started with this exciting and simple quilting project today! I love your quilt it’s so beautifull I hope one day I can make one like it. Your method is my method for a tradtional looking quilted-on-both-sides look. I choose to quilt mine using straight lines – half the blocks I quilted the lines going vertically & half I quilted horizontally so that I could lay them out like a checker board when putting it all together and it wouldn’t matter that none of my lines matched up. I have found another way to do these squares. We have just done line quilting on the main quilt with curved quilting on the borders. Modern Quilt Designs . Going to do a baby quilt with this technique Thanks for this tutorial ? Wonderful vid w/ clear backup direction. I pin the heck out of everything and, as you suggested, wait until the last possible stitch before removing the pins. Quilt as You Go ~ Notes: A walking foot for your machine is highly recommended. I pin about 3 inches in from each corner. Hope this helps. I bought 2 1/4 yards of color 1 & color 2. So if you let the store know the sizing they will be able to cut accordingly based on the width of the batting they have in stock. By using a 1/2 inch seam to sew the blocks together I have not found any problems whatsoever. This looks so easy and fun, I want to do it NOW. I’ll put a tute up of how I do my machine binding soon (next time I bind something and remember to take photos as I go no doubt ;)) for those that have asked me for it. Which I know some see as not ideal. Obrigada por compartilhar… linda sua colcha…, You sound like my kind of sewer. now i finally get to make my ginormous hexagon quilt. Cut the short sashing for the center squares as follows: Cut the long sashing for the center of the quilt as follows: Cut the long sashing for the sides of the quilt as follows: Cut the sashing for the cornerstones as follows: Cut the top and bottom borders as follows: Quilt as you wish or do some line quilting as we have done. Just remember we are always available to help if you get stuck with something. At least I know I should be able to finish it. So happy that you liked the tutorial. Nice! Just gorgeous. The 1″ margin on all the quilt blocks is the key. Two blocks next to each other with vertical lines… tut tut tut Kat. until you have them all in a nice neat pile with the row number on top. Wish we could help Cindy, but we get asked quite often for different measurements for our projects and unfortunately we just don’t have the time to sit down and calculate them all. But I will start with making the patches, log cabins as well as free styles. So lay your quilt top down on the floor right side down, with all your seams at the top. The squares themselves should be trimmed back to 10″ once you have quilted them and therefore the sashing strips should be cut to 10″. Getting ready to make some others though so I think I will give this a go for sure! I also really loved the quilt and colors and I have been dying to get my hands on that goldfish in a bag material for a good 8 years or so… but then that would lead to more projects and a possible marital crisis in the future haha. Thank you! It’s the Petal Pop Quilt by Art to Heart. Just wanted to say this is the best step by step of showing how to make a quilt that I have seen. I also like Elle’s idea. Thanks so much for sharing this info with us all…..I will definitely be a very happy quilter as I launch into my first QAYG using this tutorial. that was so clever. Thanks Kat I think that quilt on my WIP list for my hubby is definitely going to get done before winter this year , he will be happy , Love this tutorial – qayg seems much more manageable now I’ve read this. Thank you again. I did not measure or mark my lines, and I did not do them evenly spaced. Tip for people who quilt: DON’T ALWAYS USE ALL PATTERN MATERIAL–It makes THE QUILT LOOK TOO BUSY. Thank you for a well written, humorous tutorial. I will have extra backing to deal with, but not much more than half of it and no extra batting so I believe my machine will have enough space to do what ever quilting I desire. Add the 3rd block to the right-hand side of the second block and so on and so on until you have your row completely sewn together. A technique which I totally love and that I’ve used over and over and over for SOOOO many different projects e.g. But otherwise I have found that they still have just as nice a drape and I don’t even notice it. How to bind a quilt using your sewing machine, https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=159&v=BC6Bf8VEOCo, https://www.alandacraft.com/submit-your-project/, https://www.alandacraft.com/2014/11/07/frixion-pen-review-fabric-pens-for-quilters/. My lines probably varied from 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inches apart. I have used line quilting on the cornerstones, 1″ apart, the same as on the blocks. Thank you so much! I’m so glad I found this! About the “fluffies” . I like Kat’s idea on how to quilt the individual squares before sewing them together. Gutermann Sew All thread 8. This is only my second quilt. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Thank you again! Then you flip the finishing strip across the raw edges and hand stitch. If you've got a bunch of blocks that will look good as a whole, you'll want to use this handy method to assemble them into a quilt." I wish I could post a picture! He is still little so I am working on it now. Thanks! You are going to need a piece that measures at least 62″ x 52″ as that is the finished size of the quilt. {Ok, lets be honest – I decided to invite my bloggy friends to make the blocks for me so that I could totally tap into my ultimate laziness reserves. You can pull the layers apart from each other if you try to, especially if you don’t anchor the middle like I didn’t in my second. Did you ever publish a post on your method? I sew using the equivalent of a walking foot, and when finished, the two squares are misaligned by 1/4 inch. . I find that if I hold my first seam together with my right hand, then use my left to guide, then my seams match up nicely. I do hope this is far clearer than mud! Thank you so much for this fantastic tutorial! I stink at math…how much fabric for a king size quilt? Easy to understand and not persnickety!! I love quilting as you go. Do the same for each row until you have (whatever amount of) all your piles stacked up nicely with their numbers on top. My way to overcome this is to fill my iron up as full as I can with water & press the steam jet button continuously as I go, moving rapidly but blasting those babies with steam to set the seam open… I find that method works for me. Second: Many people say they can’t quilt on their home machines. Hi Teresa, the material requirement as stated in the pattern is 1 and a half yards for the sashing. Jenny is an absolute master at the art of quilting and I call her the Kansas City star, after her iconic Kansas City star quilt. And how big to make the squares? Keep them coming. So naturally I clicked over to have a nosey, as you do, and low and behold but Penny was having a quilt along. And that’s what I mean by they are not evenly spaced… I just did what suited each block/fabric print. BTW, this also works when doing machine applique. This method will require additional fabric for attaching the blocks ~ (see previous post). I’ve given vague thoughts to making a quilt for our bed, but I never quite felt like I knew enough about quilt-as-you-go to even give it serious consideration. I’m not a quilted, but I’m pretty crafty….I absolutely love your tutorial! I am making blocks for a king size now and am going to do a modified version. Also . It’s addictive and the most fun quilt I’ve made. I cut 20 – 10 ¹/2″ squares, cutting in the order listed, then saw that 3/4 yard of fabric is needed for the sashing, but that isn’t long enough to make the 63″ sashing pieces. Kat, this is a fantastic tut. Here is a lovely British lady that has a tutorial for this method. See how the block at the bottom (green strip) has vertical lines & the dog block has horizontal. Je vais essayer de l’appliquer I am doing my first quilt-as-you-go quilt at the moment after decades of quilting. But just be warned that if you decide to also forgo this step (like me) then it will make your machine more fluffy & require cleaning slightly more regularly. red/black is just up my alley though!! Mine looks a little more wrinkled than it should simply because I’ve had two “helpers” dancing all over it! It can take a bit of work as we aren’t that great at maths ourselves. I love this tutorial and I can’t wait to get started on my quilt!! ooops spot the mistake in my quilting? (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Alanda Craft May 16, 2017 42 Comments This post may contain affiliate links. Find out how to use scrap pieces and learn how to construct your quilt as you go! thank you so much!! Do you not have any batting strips between the blocks, but butt them right up against each other? © Copyright 2018 Kat Soper, Helpful Limited, My Quilt-As-You-Go Process – A tutorial (of sorts)…. These come in different sizes so I use the one that best fits the block and the bottom of my iron. I just love short cuts. Otherwise, you could try oven proof paper? Line up the edges and also line up the seams of the first blocks so that they nest nicely on top of each other. I have been looking for a video that is basicly easy in quilting as you go with top, batting, and back and how to do sashing. This narrow sashing (for joining) is what I will be covering in this post. Sew the quilt sandwich with the sashing in place with a ¼” seam. Learn, Create, Enjoy! It could be your sashing material is a bit stretchy. my scrappy pouch pattern. Attach the sashing to the cornerstones in the same manner as we added the sashing to the squares. So good to hear Dana. Just check the post for the materials and the size. So that’s 4 pins per 15-inch block… As I said, the only goal of this step is to attach that backing. I will have to go buy more fabric to make those 63″ pieces. By the time you are all done, the project is ready to be bound or finished into your project. All my cuts are precise, the squares all exactly the same size. I think I finally found a pattern that will work well for my daughter. Pin. Im going to try this!redjanfan@gmail.com, BELISSIMO TRABALHOMUITO OBRIGADA P SUA GENEROSIDADE DE MOTRAR P TODAS NÓS MUITA SAUDE, E SUCESSO P SUA VIDABJINHOOOOOOO. Marguerita guides you through the steps of taking your unfinished projects and easily converting them to quilt as you go. Since I make only huuuge quilt tops I’m going to try your method. Thank you for posting your tutorial! I have picked it out 4 or 5 times, always the same results. They are hard to see in the photos and written directions, so I need a video to fully make my brain ‘get it’. – I have no experience in that sorry so you’ll have to do your own research there… , For my first one, I decided to free motion a little heart in the centre(ish) (in other words wherever it best fit each block) to anchor it in the middle. regards Elly. Stippling will be uneven. I was going to try that one next… just have to figure out how to iron it down without wrinkles or destroying floors or counters etc. The 3/4 yard is for the cornerstones and borders. Place a 1″ sashing strip to the back of the quilt square and the folded strip to the front of the quilt square. The idea is you are layering all 3 layers– backing, batting at the same time…and then sewing the top layer or quilt top directly on top of the bottom two layers. (Really missing big Brother right about now since Miss Pfaff has a smaller arm on her! Last February, I began my first QAYG project – a queen sized quilt for my bed. Thank you again for such a great tutorial. Instead of handling bulky quilts, you will be able to quilt your project as you piece it. I really want to make a queen size quilt, but have always been too scared of the quilting. Thank you so much, i make small quilts for charity, this will make it so much easier. No fiddling with little strips and all that hand sewing on the back! […] A sort of Quilt-As-You-Go Process tutorial Quilting process pictures always inspire me and makes me want to bust out the sewing machine, and I always re-fall in love with log cabin making when I see it. Your quilt is stunning . Because it is manageable! I’ve been wanting to start quilting and you have inspired me with your easy explanations. I can sew just about anything you throw my way, but I cannot for the life of me color coordinate. I am definalty going to try this and finally make a new quilt for my extra bedroom. I really like the sound of it, and will try it on my next big quilt.Thanks heaps xxxxx. And really, how often do you look at the back? It may take me a while but It will be in the works. Any paper will do – computer paper, notebook paper. Happy Quilting! J aime beaucoup ce tutoriel. You would need to oil it at this point too if your machine is one that requires oiling. I’d like to have the back quilted as well. I hope you post that binding tutorial soon. I hope it works out for you because this usually comes together nicely. Great tutorial! I am making a twin size quilt that has borders around the squares. I’m sure that will eliminate much of that potential gape yet still be reasonably easy to finish on your domestic machine while maintaining a densely quilted front. love your style of writing, Kat. Thank you for taking your time to give us this great tutorial…you made it seem so simple, I’m ready to give it a go! OHHH THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU…Doing this tonight for a largish quilt that has been sitting in pieces in a pile waiting to be not so intimidating anymore.. I love the idea of using up scraps and building stacks of blocks. So I just lined my presser foot up and used the edge for a guide (but there was quite a large gap between the side of the presser foot & the fabric edge. Sherri Driver works with you on a quilt as you go project designed to advance your quilting skills and expertise. Quilting & Craft Tutorials, Reviews & More. Your sewing style seems a bit like mine. . This causes me a bit of problems. Line up the edges of the fabric and the batting. Hello! . Thanks . No additional fabric and pinning required. I love your commentary and appreciate your whole post. Jera not only describes the technique but she also offers alternatives to the basic block by block quilting. Again I am using my Leaves Galore Ruler to create some curved lines. Oct 18, 2018 - Quilt-As-You-Go Quilt: Quilting is something that I absolutely enjoy. I sew on a home -Singer- machine and have wondered about the QAYG concept. Join all the blocks into rows in the same way. Because at the time I assembled it my main sewing machine was in the shop being fixed and I wasn’t confident enough to do free motion on my back up sewing machine. Now, maybe I can progress from mug rug to baby sized projects. Your email address will not be published. Probably medium loft 100% cotton batting. Give it a try everyone. Loved this – been wanting to do a larger quilt for our queen bed and this would be perfect – enjoy your writing style too! well, except not newspaper – too thin. Thanks great job. Log cabins do work out to be convenient though because it’s best that you make your blocks slightly bigger than you require for your final size and trim them down after they are quilted. I think I will actually try your method as I’d like to make a quilt for my son and his wife to be. whoa! It looks lovely when it’s finished. I love that you can get a smooth finish because you can feel the quilted squares beneath. Hi Carol, I’m really not sure what could be going wrong. See how she connects massive quilt blocks together to make the Hugs and Kisses Quilt. I used this method recently and it worked just fine! Except I want the sash to be two and half inch wide not sure if I can do this and also don’t know if I would need to add batting to the sash and how could I do this . So log cabins are easy to do this too without spending much time fluffing about measuring… Thank you. I tend to sew very much in this style and have always found quilting to be very stressful because of the “rules”. Have you checked the length of the sashing strips? Does the back feel really loose & gape? 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