by Barbaric 19d ago

This is part 2 of quilt as you go from my previous post. This was my first attempt at quilt as you go. The design comes from Brother and the stippling was done by a friend.


You stitch out the design first with the wadding attached. While still in the hoop you place the backing underneath, run around with a basting stitch and then proceed to stitch out the stippling. When you finish, cut your block to size and continue with quilt as you go.
The last photo is the back.

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by lbrow 18d ago

Nice work. I am loving it!

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

thank you

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by castor 18d ago

well done

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

thank you

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by shirley124 19d ago

Very nice. Hugs

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

thank you

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by dragonflyer 19d ago

Great table runner..

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

thank you

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by pennifold 19d ago

Love the QAYG method Barbara, you've done an excellent job. Love Chris

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

thank you

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by sonjapotgieter 19d ago

Stunning work done!!!So Beautiful!!

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

thank you

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by kustomkuddle 19d ago

Beautiful job. The red really sets off the rest of the quilt.

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

thank you

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by katydid 19d ago

Looks great . Great choice of fabric. If one were to sell these at craft fairs, what would be a good asking price? I know you have a lot of hours involved. Kay

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

Kay, I don't sell any of my embroidery it is donated to different charities. Maybe if you ask the Cuties they can tell you what a fair price would be. love Barb

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by pennyhal2 19d ago

What a great project and design choice! Stitching around the candy canes really makes them stand out. Thanks for all the added information too. The QAYG techinque was a good way to keep the back of the design hidden.

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Barbaric by Barbaric 17d ago

Thank you.

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