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Quilt As You Go Handbook

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The Quilt As You Go Handbook - Techniques, Tips & Tools by Pauline Rogers is an essential guide for quilters who want to make quilts using Quilt As You Go.

It's not a pattern book but a 62 page how to guide filled with colour photos and instructions for learning Pauline's easy QAYG techniques. It also contains information on using tools that will make it so much easier to accomplish the tasks and great tips for Free Motion Quilting, Getting the Tension Right and much more!

The book covers in detail two techniques - BETWEEN THE BLOCKS and BACK TO BACK - along with variations of these techniques to add some pizzazz to your quilts. You'll also learn how to add borders using QAYG.

It's a book like no other!

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  1. Lightweight

    Posted by Pam on 10th Feb 2016

    For the price paid I expected a substantial book with meaty information. I can ignore it being small and cheaply bound, but to have to get to page 32 (in a 72 page book) before there is any information about the subject of the book is disappointing. There are too many blank pages (for "notes"), and whole sections devoted to flogging products and patterns. The content would make a fine brochure, although there is nothing new that is not already available free on the internet and YouTube. Do not waste your money buying this.

  2. Quilt as you go handbook

    Posted by Marg Adler on 4th Feb 2016

    As I'm a novice quilter. (Have made only 3 quilts), I'm sure I will find this book very useful. It looks easy to follow, and the pictures are colourful and inspirational.

  3. Helpful and comprehensive

    Posted by Ola Robertson on 7th Jan 2016

    I found this book helpful and comprehensive. So pleased I bought it. In fact I bought two - one to put in our local quilters library.

  4. Never tried quilt as you go

    Posted by Michele Guagliardo on 19th Nov 2015

    Thank you for your very comprehensive book. I have read it through and now feel comfortable enough to begin, using your book as my guide.

  5. Quilt As You Go Tools

    Posted by Cherryn Ellison on 18th Nov 2015

    Hand book - after having to wait such a long time to get the book was initially disappointed. Have not been able to communicate by email with Pauine at Quilters World -still waiting for a reply regarding my Mini Iron Trivot. that did not come with my mini iron. Unfortunately the only way I could get any kind of communication was by facebook or phoning from New Zealand which is expensive.
    The Sasher is a great tool, and invention, I have found easy to use, although some of the people who purchased the sasher at the Craft and Quilt show have come to me for help to use this tool.

  6. A handbook for QAYG

    Posted by Margaret on 16th Nov 2015

    This A5 book written by Pauline is easy to understand with text and colour photos to take you through the QAYG process. It outlines 2 methods to join blocks, whether applique or patchwork blocks, using modern tools and methods. It builds on the skills quilters have learned at Pauline's demonstrations at quilt fairs and quilting classes, however, contains all of the information necessary to QAYG without having attended those sessions. It does not contain patterns of quilts to make, however, quilters are equipped with the knowledge of how to piece blocks using QAYG. A must have for quilters who would like to make their quilting lives easier.

  7. Very Helpful!

    Posted by Robyn on 13th Nov 2015

    This book is just great! And it's so easy to understand! Thank you!

  8. Very Helpful!

    Posted by Robyn on 13th Nov 2015

    Great book! The best part is, is that it's easy to understand! Thank you!

  9. Handbook

    Posted by Beth Dickey on 9th Nov 2015

    I think the book is informative and easy to follow. I am using some of the methods in a current project. The photographs are helpful and easy to follow. Overall I think it will be a very useful tool. The only negative from my point of view is the cost. I feel it is overpriced. I paid almost $40 and I have never paid that much for a paperback delivered.

  10. Quilt as you go handbook

    Posted by Susan Day on 8th Nov 2015

    I love this book! It is well illustrated and easy to follow. Being spiral bound makes it more convenient to use. Can't wait for your next book.

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