Binding Batting & Backing as a Single Block Unit, Stitch Blocks Together. TaaDaa! a Quilt is Born

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Building a block that has the binding back and batting in each block. Each Block can be unique or put together as a complete patchwork quilt. Arrange the individual blocks to make any pattern you like.

You can use the Blocks literally as building blocks.

Combine the Blocks to form different sized quilts, table runners, or even placemats. Building blocks this way gives you the flexibility to decide what your end product will be. You can build any number of blocks you feel like sewing.

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167 Responses to “Binding Batting & Backing as a Single Block Unit, Stitch Blocks Together. TaaDaa! a Quilt is Born”

  1. barbara kelley

    Mar 02. 2015

    Your quilting so helpful more videos please

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 02. 2015

      Thank You Barbara!
      We will be posting more videos daily. Be sure to check back often!

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  2. judy jones

    Mar 04. 2015

    This looks like a do-able method for me. Where do I get the fun&done tool? do you quilt it after everything is sewn together?
    Thanks for the info. judy

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 04. 2015

      Hi Judy,
      The tool is called the Batting Buddy it is available on line, I found it on Amazon But it is also available on several websites Just Google Fun and Done. No you do not need to quilt it when it is done. The steps of sewing the pieces on to the batting and backing is the quilting, so when you are done joining the blocks your quilt is complete, you don’t even need a binding!

      Thank You
      Keeping U N Stitches Quilting

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    • Joan Neeld

      Mar 04. 2015

      I have made a full size quilt using this method. You quilt each block with the 3 layers stacked. It turned out very nice. I just felt the blocks were smaller than I would have liked. I will use this method again using larger blocks. I will have to measure and cut on my own though.

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  3. Tonie Peterson

    Mar 06. 2015

    thank you that is wonderful! will look for the alternate patterns as well

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  4. Chris

    Mar 08. 2015

    I have done several of these quilt. it is so nice to have it all done where you put the squares together.

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 08. 2015

      Chris,
      Yes Chris I couldn’t agree more. And what a time saver to do several steps at once, A multi-taskers Dream

      Best Stitches
      The Staff of Keeping U N Stitches Quilting

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  5. Shelley

    Mar 11. 2015

    It wasn’t completely clear to me if when you are sewing the blocks together into a row you only stitch from corner to corner (marked with the pin) or edge to edge.

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Mar 11. 2015

      Hi Shelly,
      You do sew the blocks together edge to edge. this will make the outer boarder or the binding in this method pieced so you can fold over twice and sew it down to the block fronts.
      Hope this answers your question!
      The Staff of Keeping U N Stitches Quilting!

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  6. Janice Ness

    Mar 12. 2015

    Jeri SorensonPallow Lori Nathe Marge Honer

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  7. Kathy Lang Buirge

    Mar 22. 2015

    interesting

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  8. Kellie McKinney

    Mar 23. 2015

    omg, I love this. I have seen other quilt as you go techniques that involve hand s$#%&!@*ching the back, but this is easier and the outlined blocks are so pretty. Thank you for the video. I will be trying this soon.

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  9. Sue Piraino

    Mar 24. 2015

    For Future Reference

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  10. Connie Curtis

    Mar 24. 2015

    I think Jan used to do these…………

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  11. Patti Stites

    Mar 24. 2015

    Leslie Johnston Birmingham… I could do this

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  12. Dee Durall Fedor

    Mar 26. 2015

    Just placed my order. 🙂

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  13. Katheryn Becker

    Mar 26. 2015

    Q for Joan Neeld- is it easier to make a lrg quilt using this method?

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  14. Katheryn Becker

    Mar 26. 2015

    what size of blocks r u using taht it takes 175blocks for your queen?

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  15. Sue H

    Mar 27. 2015

    Is this Susan Nelson’s Prairie Sky Quilting’s pattern? Her patterns that use this technique are called Fun & Done. She also makes the Batting Buddy. Very talented lady.

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  16. Sharon Oestreicher

    Mar 28. 2015

    My Aunt Versa used to do this way back in the 70s.

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  17. Maureen Hawks Rosetti

    Mar 28. 2015

    looks like a way you could QUILT one Corlee Fidurko

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  18. Carla Lam

    Apr 02. 2015

    I like this method

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  19. Joan White

    Apr 04. 2015

    Thank you, I couldn’t figure out how to do that but now I do–great instructions 🙂 🙂

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  20. Linda Humberd

    Apr 06. 2015

    It is also called Lap Quilting and Georgia Bonesteel came out with it many years ago. She has books and has had a TV program for a long time.

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  21. Mimi Williams

    Apr 08. 2015

    When my curser lays on any of your blue areas such as “tools” advertisers have snagged them and a screen pops up before I even click…Kelly Blue Book, Sears, are some of the many as I tried other choices.

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  22. Margaret Rose Langston

    Apr 09. 2015

    I like this idea. Once you got the hang of it, it seem like you could make all the blocks and then quilting when you want something to pick up at night.

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  23. Bonnie Alexander

    Apr 11. 2015

    Jessica Pariera Borg–maybe you want to try this on the next one

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  24. Mary DeVries Greeno

    Apr 13. 2015

    I’ve do that very thing, it works great!

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  25. Alice Price

    Apr 14. 2015

    Thanks Donna McLean Young. This looks like an easy quilt to make for my sewing guild for lap robes for the elderly. 🙂

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  26. Mary Hammers

    Apr 15. 2015

    Wow, oh Wow! I have so pinned this to my favorites. I have several “quilt as you go” methods in mind, but this is going to be my favorite one. I will be back again and again. I have several quilt blocks done and ma so going to use this method of joining them together. I can see why it is Fun and Done.

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  27. Kate Lechert Parks

    Apr 15. 2015

    Definitely want to try this.

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  28. Jeanene Lucille Brough

    Apr 19. 2015

    LOVE this for so many reasons!!!

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  29. Diana Arausa

    Apr 20. 2015

    Linda Prenger get your sewing area done LOL

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  30. Linda Prenger

    Apr 20. 2015

    Go to you tube it’s on there I just watched it

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  31. Agnes Spivey Harris

    Apr 23. 2015

    I’ve made a few of these. Love doing it this way

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  32. Mary Olson

    Apr 27. 2015

    You are making me like this. I used to do lots of hand quilting, until it is too hard to thread the needles anymore.

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  33. Brenda Thompson

    May 02. 2015

    Good video!

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  34. Ann Lamacraft

    May 04. 2015

    I knew there had to be a way to do it.

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  35. Althea Moore

    May 04. 2015

    Sure a lot easier than trying to learn Free Motion Quilting on a whole Quilt. One of these days.

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  36. Mary Williams

    May 04. 2015

    I love making quilts with this method..

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  37. Diana Molly Dunn

    May 06. 2015

    i do mine like that all the time

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  38. Georgia Hooker

    May 08. 2015

    Or Doll House quilts!

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  39. Carrie Weiss

    May 08. 2015

    following

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  40. I tried this and like it. Just need to master it before I make a real quilt.

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  41. Terry Elliott

    May 10. 2015

    Thanks so much Debs! I plan to use it! 🙂

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  42. Ann Ritchey Bristow

    Aug 09. 2015

    This is an interesting technique.

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  43. Marion Ripley

    Aug 09. 2015

    This looks very interesting, may give it a go.

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  44. Kathy Zembrowski

    Aug 10. 2015

    Sherry Zembrowski Horstman let us try doing this together. Just like making pierogies.

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  45. Helen Honea Knight

    Aug 10. 2015

    I need to learn how to do this.

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  46. Linda Keeler

    Aug 10. 2015

    @[100004930383687:2048:Pat Koch] —-

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  47. rosa

    Aug 10. 2015

    what size block does it make. would be nice if DIFFERENT size block options were available to buy for the Batting Buddy

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  48. Alice Martin

    Aug 11. 2015

    This is what I love doing.

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  49. Elaine Walrath

    Aug 11. 2015

    Thanks

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  50. Sharon Petterson-Yeo

    Aug 11. 2015

    Fabulous, looks like a fun project

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  51. Diane Schreiner

    Aug 11. 2015

    I would love a set – 12′, 10′, & 8′. – We could then convert all of our favorite blocks to to fun & done quilts.

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  52. Robyn Steedman

    Aug 11. 2015

    Hey Kylie Francis check this out

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  53. Joanne Newton

    Aug 11. 2015

    @[100002442641526:2048:Lois Stellute Mulrath]

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  54. Denise Whitney

    Aug 11. 2015

    @[1202472014:2048:Barbara Hopkins]

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  55. Susan Jones Courington

    Aug 11. 2015

    Wish we could get together and make this @[100000147715965:2048:Donna Ratcliff Shaw Maynard]!

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  56. Would be fun wouldn’t it. Miss you!

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  57. Susan Jones Courington

    Aug 11. 2015

    We’ve been going to Grace Crossing. Haven’t seen you

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  58. Wish I had known that. We’re coming back life’s been crazy!! Been out of town a lot!

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  59. Susan Jones Courington

    Aug 11. 2015

    Will look for you Sunday. We go to first service then Bible cl$#%&!@*

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  60. Norma Speers

    Aug 12. 2015

    Like this. Where wus u buy these double templates plus?

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  61. Susan Jones Courington

    Aug 12. 2015

    We sit on the right side about in the middle

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  62. Donna Wier Webb

    Aug 12. 2015

    I have one of these to put together

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  63. JayeAnn Remedies

    Aug 13. 2015

    Have always used the backing as binding..was the way I was taught!

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  64. Mary Evelyn Johnson

    Aug 13. 2015

    Wow this is very pretty….a lot of work!!

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  65. Brenda Kramer

    Aug 13. 2015

    Thank you for posting

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  66. Margarita Tagg-Bry

    Aug 14. 2015

    Beautiful!

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  67. Edie Farnum

    Aug 14. 2015

    Working on one now.

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  68. Joy Gardner

    Aug 14. 2015

    think I want to try this

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  69. Joy Gardner

    Aug 14. 2015

    yes I also want to know where to get template

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  70. Marcia Day

    Aug 14. 2015

    @[1483205019:2048:Dale-Pam Hyde Smith]

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  71. Mary Hammers

    Aug 15. 2015

    I love this way of quilting and finishing and joining blocks together.

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  72. Carolyn Davis Gilreath

    Aug 15. 2015

    I made two of these, fun

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  73. Debi Yakel

    Aug 15. 2015

    I am working on one like this right now, anxious to see how it turns out. my blocks are looking pretty good

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  74. Vanessa Baird

    Aug 15. 2015

    ..

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  75. Bernice Van Damme

    Aug 15. 2015

    This is a quilt that I made using this technique, but made scrappy 11″ log cabin blocks. I really enjoyed seeing this quilt, it was easy to handle, and the best part…it gets finished. Gave it to my daughter in law and she loves it!

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  76. Beverley Lee McGrath

    Aug 16. 2015

    @[1550334787:2048:Pat], sounds good to me!

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  77. Christine Roots

    Aug 16. 2015

    Nice!

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  78. Vicki Walker

    Aug 16. 2015

    Will definitely be making this one. I found the Batting Buddy on sale at this site for less than $20 (it was over $40 on amazon).

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  79. Carol Miller

    Aug 16. 2015

    @[100003386075556:2048:Rosslyn Taylor]

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  80. Carolyn Cox

    Aug 16. 2015

    Interesting

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  81. Lorna Stevenson

    Aug 17. 2015

    Oh! I Want to Make This One!!!

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  82. Suzanne Bowman

    Aug 17. 2015

    This is exactly what I did few months ago. This is a king size quilt for my bed. It took me some time to make it and even it is a quilt as you go, you still need some big muscles to move that “thing” around. I couldn’t chose smaller to start? no! why make simple when you can make complicated!

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  83. Elizabeth A Hughes

    Aug 17. 2015

    Beautiful…

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  84. Vicki Walker

    Aug 17. 2015

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  85. Edna Bungay McCann

    Aug 18. 2015

    Will try this!

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  86. Betty Jessee

    Aug 18. 2015

    Amy Otoupaulik – this will be helpful.

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  87. Julie Johns

    Aug 18. 2015

    Lovely xxx

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  88. Felecia Finley

    Aug 18. 2015

    @[1470240656:2048:Carolyn Moore Finley Throop]

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  89. Marilee Matz

    Aug 18. 2015

    We did this a few years ago

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  90. Lisa-Marie Rohlf

    Aug 19. 2015

    Is yet another ruler really necessary? The lady using the batting buddy ruler placed the batting in the ruler insert to perfectly center the batting and when she removed the ruler the batting moved so she set the batting in place without the ruler. LOL

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  91. Tanya Henrie

    Aug 19. 2015

    Love this idea. Good way to use scrapes

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  92. Robin Beaver Klass

    Aug 20. 2015

    definitely want to try this

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  93. Robin Beaver Klass

    Aug 20. 2015

    where do I get the batting buddy?

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  94. Marsha Halsey

    Aug 20. 2015

    I have done a few this way. I think it goes quicker and easier.

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  95. Love this, <3

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  96. Jan Clink

    Aug 21. 2015

    going to try this!!

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  97. Sharon Knudsen

    Aug 21. 2015

    I have got to try this – looks so much easier than backing & binding a big quilt.

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  98. Dianna Siewert

    Aug 21. 2015

    I would like to try this sometime 🙂

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  99. Rosemary Gilbert

    Aug 21. 2015

    Would love to try that.

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  100. Peggy Ferguson

    Aug 21. 2015

    looks amazing

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  101. Connie Brown

    Aug 21. 2015

    Just got this pattern!

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  102. Betty Newman Janney

    Aug 22. 2015

    @[1404365929:2048:Doris Newman Wortham]

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  103. Mavis Ellis

    Aug 22. 2015

    You don’t need another ruler. Just measure carefully.

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  104. Donna Cost

    Aug 22. 2015

    Neat technique. May try it someday.

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  105. Shirley Thomas

    Aug 22. 2015

    Must look at this later…

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  106. Jessie Bye

    Aug 22. 2015

    I like doing this quilt. Uses up a lot of pieces.

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  107. Diana Webb Smith

    Aug 23. 2015

    I love this method!

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  108. Janet Young

    Aug 23. 2015

    I did this about four years ago . I wanted to use up some of
    my mom material I love it .the guilt was done in .no time

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  109. Sharon Moore

    Aug 23. 2015

    @[1386480133:2048:Hannah Moore Wheeler]

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  110. Janet Umstead

    Aug 23. 2015

    I have been working on this pattern for my boys, it is so very fun.

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  111. Ursula Hulme

    Aug 23. 2015

    Am I able to get the batting buddy in the UK or is there an equivalent?

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  112. Jean Sloboda Ramelli

    Aug 23. 2015

    Love to do this!

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  113. Bev Allen

    Aug 23. 2015

    LIKE!!

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  114. @[1316855216:2048:Cindy James Turner]

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  115. Barbara G Dowdy

    Aug 23. 2015

    Beautiful quilt!! Will be happy when I finally get mine finished…taking a while, doing it by hand, when travelling and at bedtime. I think a lot of my strings are smaller than the ones pictured here 🙂

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  116. Judy Weible

    Aug 25. 2015

    Looks familiar

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  117. Jennifer Dennis Martin

    Aug 25. 2015

    I LIKE this! No more cutting and sewing of joining pieces! I’m in the process of finishing a QAYG, just got all my joining fabrics cut last night. I could have been through by now using this method. Definitely going to try this next time.

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  118. Linda Marshall

    Aug 25. 2015

    Absolutely beautiful!

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  119. Marguerite Arrington

    Aug 25. 2015

    i did this 8 yrs ago dreamed how to do it

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  120. Suzanne Moffitt

    Aug 26. 2015

    I like this method

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  121. Theresa Wood

    Aug 26. 2015

    I’m with you. Just think when you finished it you were able to enjoy looking at it on your bed. My very first quilt was a king size because I wanted to use it for our bed. It took me a year to finish free motion quilting it but I did it and now it’s my pride and joy of all my quilts since. I too have since learned to QAYG, which I like but I also make quilt tops that I need to quilt.

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  122. Peggy Randol

    Aug 26. 2015

    Am doing this now Bert.

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  123. june springer

    Aug 26. 2015

    Where do I get the video for the quilt, you are talking about.

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    • keepnuinstitchesquilting

      Aug 26. 2015

      Hi June, From the Facebook page Click on the Picture of the quilt. That will open a new page with the same Picture. Below that picture you’ll see where it says to SCROLL DOWN & Find “Next Page” Highlighted In Color. If you Scroll Down or swipe up on a tablet, or drag the scroll bar down on the right side of the page. You will see the words Next Page Highlighted in Slightly Larger GREEN Test. Click on the Words Next Page. You will now see a similar page with the words SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE VIDEO. Drag the Scroll Bar Down the on Right side of your page until you see the Video. At the Bottom of that Video is another Video you can also watch using the same method of Clicking on the words “Next Page” Highlighted in Green Text. It all sounds very complicated but once you see the words Next Page highlighted in GREEN that’s where you Click to see additional Video’s.
      Thank You! for letting Us Help You! We appreciate you taking the time to ask!
      Hope this Helps!

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  124. Marge Kommer Porter

    Aug 26. 2015

    Want the pattern, how do I get it?

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  125. Marilyn Underhill

    Aug 26. 2015

    @[100008198985159:2048:Anita Watson] Marilyn Underhill

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  126. Chris McAnally

    Aug 27. 2015

    A quick car quilt made on the weekend.

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  127. Sherry Magee

    Aug 27. 2015

    I’ve made one of these and they do go pretty quickly

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  128. Donna Holzman

    Aug 27. 2015

    Think there 9 inch

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  129. Lee Ann Gatewood

    Aug 27. 2015

    @[1851280537:2048:Cindy Roggow] @[100000301121667:2048:Sheri Lucas] check this out

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  130. Joyce Mirow

    Aug 27. 2015

    @[100001349094275:2048:Sunnie Regnier Hall] – look at this ….

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  131. Carol Engeron

    Aug 27. 2015

    OK, this is just a variation of the “Cotton Theory” way of creating a block and “quilt” all at one. I WILL NOT PURCHASE another “gadget” as it isn’t necessary. NOTE If you embroider/applique/create a different block for the BACK instead of using a plain piece of fabric you will end up with a reversible quilt. This is how Betty Cotton does her quilts and it is amazing.

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  132. Melba

    Aug 28. 2015

    The one sold at http://patternbarn.com/fun-and-done-batting-buddy-template-set-by-prairie-sky-quilting.html?language=en&currency=USD&gclid=Cj0KEQjw6cCuBRCh4KrGoJ6LoboBEiQAwzYsdASJZNIdhymCwTzIqB1LgerhR0JozQF3R8D_gP0IfmsaAsyt8P8HAQ
    states that the inner square is 7 1/2″ so the finished block would be 7 1/2″ since the backing folds over the top without a seam allowance being taken away. Only 7″ would be showing, the other 1/2″ would be covered by the folded over backing.

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  133. Dolly Pokorny

    Aug 28. 2015

    You remembered!

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  134. Debbie Diggs Verberne

    Aug 28. 2015

    fun way to use up the remnants of material

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  135. Sherri L Cook

    Aug 28. 2015

    I’m learning how to quilt with jelly roll strips @[100000429308080:2048:Frankie Martin]… I’m making that one called Summer in the Park… I sure hope you’re feeling better hon! ❤️❤️❤️

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  136. Flo McConville

    Aug 30. 2015

    Like.

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  137. Dolores DiLeo Demko

    Aug 30. 2015

    Interesting

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  138. Pat Burden

    Sep 01. 2015

    Check this out @[548943896:2048:Michelle Burden]

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  139. Rena Monholland

    Sep 01. 2015

    I am doing one of these now.

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  140. Dianna White

    Sep 01. 2015

    I like! Working on a couple too. King size bed too.

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  141. Merrilyn Glynn

    Sep 03. 2015

    I would love to learn this

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  142. Deb Muncy Henderson

    Sep 05. 2015

    Beautiful! Which pattern is that?

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  143. Deb Muncy Henderson

    Sep 05. 2015

    Just got mine for $29 on Amazon with free shipping

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  144. Deb Muncy Henderson

    Sep 05. 2015

    $29 with free shipping at Amazon works out to be about the same as Patternbarn.com

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  145. Suzanne Bowman

    Sep 07. 2015

    s@ Deb: same one than above, it is just the placement/cut of fabric that makes the design. You just cut strips of fabrics

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  146. Donna Carlyle

    Sep 08. 2015

    I am fixing to start a queen size quilt I think I am just going to jump in with both feet an learn the quilt as you go. Lord have mercy on my arms. I also have a friend who is bringing me some (30) of her Hubby’s ties she wants to make into a quilt for him…

    Your quilt is Beautiful I can only pray mine turns out that beautiful . How long did it take you to make it??

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  147. Suzanne Bowman

    Sep 08. 2015

    approx 2 months but don’t you worry about it, it is very easy to do. You don’t have to worry about points, seams allowances, just cut and sew together!

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  148. Betty Burdick

    Sep 08. 2015

    I just watched a video on this. I’ll find it for you. I think it was called fun & done.

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  149. Mary Lamantia

    Sep 10. 2015

    My first quilt and excited to make more…

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  150. Marcy Crossman

    Apr 26. 2016

    How much bigger is the backing? I have 8 1/2″ blocks and need to know what I need on each side

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  151. Viola Brown Swain

    Apr 26. 2016

    love it

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  152. Lecia Tinsley Porter

    Apr 26. 2016

    I’ve used this technique a couple of times. It’s great!

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  153. Lecia Tinsley Porter

    Apr 26. 2016

    Amanda

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  154. Robyn Wilson

    Apr 26. 2016

    Lol….sweet
    But dont they mean…
    Top
    Middle
    Bottom….lol

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  155. Robyn Wilson

    Apr 26. 2016

    & it looks like a scrap quilt too…:-)

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  156. Jan Daniels

    Apr 27. 2016

    Love this tip! Would like to try it!

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  157. Sharon G. Logan

    May 15. 2016

    Brenda Moody Kempton

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  158. Paula Myers

    May 22. 2016

    Leanna McLemore Wanona Lanier Yates Marci Estep Carolyn Beene…..

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  159. Janice

    Jun 11. 2016

    I loved this technique! I figured her finished block is 16 1|2 in and her backing was 20 in I would need at least 3 inches on all sides. It might be done with less for a smaller binding / sash.

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  160. Linda Compher

    Feb 11. 2017

    Sally Rathkamp

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  161. Becky Russell Hall

    Feb 11. 2017

    None of the links y I have have shared have opened for me!

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