It's been a while since I have worked on this project - my quilt as you go blocks. I have added two more and it has been an interesting process so far. I am not sure how many I am going to make but the plan was to go larger using this process since I wouldn't have to wrestle the whole thing through my machine to quilt it. I love doing the improv piecing - that is a lot of fun. But the funny thing is - I'm not sure I like adding more quilting with this method. I thought I might enjoy doing heavier quilting since it would be easier when done "as you go" but I am finding so far that I still just want to get it done so I can move on to creating the patchwork with the next block. That's the fun part for me!
I have experimented with two QAYG methods: 1 - the flip and sew method where you quilt each piece then add the next one and -2- making each patchwork block then layering it with batting and quilting the block. I definitely prefer the second way. But I may ultimately prefer sewing the whole top then quilting it entire quilt after all. :)
Have you experimented with QAYG? What did you think?