26 Quilt as You Go Tutorials

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Piecing and Quilting All In One Step!

Quilt as you go is a great idea but sometimes can be a little confusing. However, once you have the hang of it (which isn’t hard at all), when you’re done piecing all that’s left to do is the binding. This is one of the fastest ways to complete a quilting project. Nice!

What is this technique you ask? Well, to put it shortly – you are sewing the top piece of the fabric {or your quilt top} right down through the layers of batting and backing. Sometimes it’s a sew and flip method, sometimes it’s sew a block then quilt it, then put those together sort of thing. The size of the quilt block can vary and come in rows, even.

The secret is to mastering this technique is to start small. We’ve found a great collection of tutorials to help you do just that. The projects vary from quilted table runners, mini quilts (prefect for mug rugs), a delightful tote bag, tree ornaments and wall quilts.

These 26 project tutorials will get you started with quilt as you go.

Click through to the next page to see examples and learn where to find all 26 tutorials.

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