Hallo zusammen, wie kann man große Quilts einfach und handlich nollnoll.nu doch einfach mal unter dem Stichwort "quilt as you go". . Diese gute Beschreibung auf deutsch habe ich im Patchwork Magazin 1/ gefunden. Schon lange versprochen, seit Jahren von mir als "die" Technik für besonders große Quilts propagiert und jetzt endlich am Blog -- das Tutorial zum Thema " Quilt. Einen großen Quilt zu quilten, ist zeitaufwändig, selbst wenn Sie mit der Maschine quilten. Und egal, welche Quilt-Technik Sie anwenden, einen großen Quilt.
Quilt As You Go Deutsch VideoHow to Quilt As You Go (QAYG) with Sashing and Self Binding - Sewing Tutorial
These were one of them. My quilt turned out awesome! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Previous The Kill List: The Brutal Drug War in the Philippines.
I love this one. I can use my Simplicity embroidery machine to do it. I just LOVE your tutorials!!! Like counted cross-stitch work? Hi like what size jelly rolls are being use on summer in the park Rose new quilter.
If you are starting with a 4" block what size would the back side block be? My Mom had some blocks she picked up too. Your final block will be This month I chose orange!
I started with a triangle. My triangle is a little taller than it is wide, this really helped me get the kite shape. I placed it so the bottom corner of the triangle was pointing at the bottom left corner of my quilt block.
Quilt the triangle directly to the fabric, right-side up. I do this by quilting across, turning my fabric, quilting four stitches up, turning my fabric, quilting back across, etc.
It makes it easier than cutting thread after each pass. As I quilted on the strips, I made sure they were wide enough to cover this area.
To place the next strip of fabric, lay it face down on top of the first piece, the edges lining up. Flip that piece up and press. Then quilt that piece to the batting and backing fabric in the same manner you did for the triangle.
Continue with this method until you have placed all of your orange strips. Trim the edges so your block is square. I might end up making this block again in the future using a blue gradient for sky, but I wanted it to match the rest of the blocks in the series so I went grayscale.
I love love this! I've done a lot of rag quilts and have been wanting to venture into other quilts. I saw this and felt much more at ease with it.
I've done my first two panels and noticed they weren't matching and seen that someone else had asked. All I can say is thanks goodness I don't have to take that panel apart!
Being so precise may be my downfall but I won't give up yet! As far as quilts go, I've done rag quilts, many rag quilts. Been wanting to venture into others but my first attempt at a log cabin was leaving me frustrated with the whole contrast and color thing.
Then there's the precise cutting and sewing I saw this and thought it would put some of my frustrations at rest. Did my first two panels and noticed they weren't matching up and seen someone else ask the question.
All I can say is thank goodness I don't have to redo. I Thought I was being precise but alas apparently not But I'm not giving up!
SO excited by this tutorial!! I have been wanting to try QAYG I love the tutorial! I used it to make a herringbone mason jar cozy and tutorial!
This quilt turned out soooo gorgeous! I've been looking for a herringbone pattern and I'll definitely be making this one!
Thanks so much for taking the time to put this up! You are a gift to us all I might try this. Just bought my jellyrolls and can't wait to start this beautiful quilt.
Just saw a quilt using your tut on Quarer Incher! So glad she link your site. This is an awesome tut. Can hardly wait to try it. Amazing quilt, awesome tutorial.
Found your blog on Quarter Incher and so glad I did: Will definitely try this method soon! OH, this is my kind of quilt and yes, I would like to stitch one.
Have read your detailed tutorial from start to finish I loved making this quilt with my friend Jane. We gave it away I really enjoyed making this quilt with my friend Jane.
Since we gave it away I'll have to make myself one! I sure make this quilt to use a part of my stash. I hope it will as beautifull as yours.
However, I'm a little confused by Step 7. It says "continue adding fabric strings, placing each new fabric string on top of the other, with right sides facing, matching up the raw edges" but it looks like rather than matching up raw edges, you're matching the raw edge of the new, to-be-added strip with the already sewn to the batting edge of the previous strip.
Is that so, or am I seeing things? This is the BEST, love, love your tutorial!!!! This is the BEST, love it, love it!!! Thank you, so much for sharing your pattern!
Not all of us can afford to buy these. And an original at that! My mind, is already picking out which fabrics, I want to use!
I am so anxious for Spring; so I took all my scraps out, looking for all the blooming colors, and am making this quilt. My daughter will post a pic of finished quilt.
You have given me inspiration on these dull, wintry days. Thanks for the inspiration, I am bookmarking this to try!
I have never made anything the QAYG method, but having read your detailed instructions I cannot wait to get started.
You really do give the best detailed instructions and accompanying photos. It's like having an expert by my side.
Maureen I had made this quilt earlier and I had told you that my batting was going wonky and that someone said it was because the batting was not needle punched.
I want to do another. Do you think if I used a muslin panels to attach the strips first and then go with batting etc I would conquer that issue?
Also I was thinking og attachne the panels using vertical strips. Do you think the herringbone effect will be spoilt by that?
I love your quilt! But I have a question Ok, so the only quilting that is done thru the batt and back is the quarter in from the seams? I have a longarm but would love to do one of these on my treadle: Thank you for this!!!
I am so excited to try it out. Thank you thank you thank you: I made a quilt in sections and then put them together when I first started to quilt because I was way too intimidated to try and quilt a large piece on my small sewing machine.
I didn't know any "rules" then. I think I will try this. This is the gift that keeps on giving, eh?
Some 8 months later. This is great and I love your colors. Will try this for sure. Thanks for the tute. Thanks for the tute , it's great.
I love your colors and will give this a try. I can't tell exactly how the second strip is attached to the batting.
Do you sew the second strip to the first strip and the batting? The part I can't figure out is attaching the other side of the first strip, can you describe that for me please?
I love your fabric selection, so colorful ad complex in a beautiful fashion. Thanks for posting the directions. I plan to try it.
You make it look so easy I just might try it sometime: Thank you for sharing how to make it. I love love love this method and how beautiful the quilt turned out.
I have alot in my stash and they will go well together in this method of piecing!!! Merry Christmas and thank you!!! I just finished this quilt, and I love it!
I added sahsing and a border. I will make this one again. I'm definitely doing this with my Kona Cottons jelly roll!
Currently making my 2nd one, adding sashing and a border to this one. Hi, I'm a little late seeing your tutorial and I love the way you have constructed it.
My question is on the second strip are you sewing it on top of the folded edge of the first strip? It looks like the first strip is sewn and folded down raw edge at the bottom.
It would follow then if working up that the next strip would be sewn to the folded edge that was previously sewn.
Linda, you are seeing that right because the first strip is started on the line then folded back to cover the corner. That's the only one you will sew "backwards" from what I can see.
I am glad you pointed that out as I just found this quilt, and I want to do it now too and might not have understood that.
I think I understand why though - you wouldn't be able to see the line in order to sew the second strip on if you just placed the fabric over it - the sewing line ensures you can see that line to add the second strip.
Thank you so very much for The tutorial of my all time favorite quilt that you made. The materialls are to drool over also they are just gorgeous.
Will give it a try after I get my prism lenses coming up real soon. Am seeing double with one eye often but have good days that i can drive and quilt.
You quilt is stunning. Thank you for The tutorial, Yoka. I am making this for my mother and it is so fun! I have a random binding question, what to you use to create your scrappy binding?
Do you have the clover tool to help get it folded and ironed so perfectly or do you do it by hand? I am almost to that step and I haven't made binding before.
Thanks for any help you can provide. Maureen can I but your tutorial with pictures please? It would be very helpful for my only eye.
If possible please let me know please. Thank you , Yoka. Hi Maureen, I followed your instructions and everything was clear and i really had no issues, until i went to piece my "strings" of all the fabrics together.
Then I noticed, that somehow i had a little bit of a curve going on. Any idea how I might have done this? Could i have stretched the batting when i was sewing or stretched the fabric?
I am just curious if anyone else or you have had issues with the stips going wonky on you. Thanks for the lovely tutorial by the way!
I loved your quilt and your method - except for the first piece you put on. It does not go on the batt wrong side up.
Put that piece on right side up with the edge on the marked line. Put it where it will be when finished. No need to even sew it on, unless you want to keep it in place.
The place to sew it is the top edge of the batt. Now you put your second piece right side down over that first piece and sew the quarter inch seam.
Flip that one down and sew on the next one wrong side up. I hope this helps. Hi Maureen, Would it be alright if we used your tutorial as our block of the month pattern?
I love to quilt.. I always quilted by hand with my Mum. The QAYG method is perfect for my space. I can do all the cutting and deciding where it all goes and then put the batting and backing, if I like, all together at the same time.
Thank you for sharing your beautiful quilt and tutorial. I can now do a quilt in long strips instead of in blocks.
And the way it is put together is wonderful. And I look forward to seeing more.. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment!
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This project tutorial is a Quilt-As-You-Go style quilt, made with long panels rather than traditional "blocks". We'll be using cotton batting as our foundation for easy string quilt piecing, making this the perfect project to use up those fabric strip scraps.
I think you'll be very surprised with just how simple and quickly this quilt comes together. This is definitely one of my new, most favorite styles of quilting!
Fabric and Materials Required: It is important to be able to press the batting with a hot iron and steam. For those of you in countries other than the U.
Use a Low-loft batting. My answer is NO, not to a noticeable degree. I absolutely wouldn't spend my sewing time making a quilt that was poorly constructed or that wasn't comfortable!
Quilt panels can be made in any size! The measurements I'm sharing for this tutorial makes a 62" square finished quilt. Please feel free to adjust that to your own desired length and width.
I plan to make my next one much bigger!! This method does not include the quilt backing fabric. I like to add my quilt backing at the end, to avoid hand-sewing, which is really hard on my hands.
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