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I probably started sewing as a measure of self defense; if my mom was busy teaching me about 5/8" seams and casings for elastics, there was no way she could whip up yet another set of matching floor ...

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Kickin' Stash

from EvaPaige Quilt Designs Hottie Haven shop
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Kickin' Stash
Kickin' Stash Cover photo, planned scrappy
Kickin' Stash Baby size, completely scrappy
Kickin' Stash Completely scrappy

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.Suzee.    July 6, 2013
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I purchased this pattern, thinking it looked easy...it calls for scant seams...and there are small pieces, which on the first block my starting seam bunched up...on starting the second block...I finally figured out to chain piece the first few blocks....and this is what i suggest on this quilt...the chain piecing...really solved the problem and is going to make...this project more enjoyable...I will post a picture of the finished project...my recommendation..if you are considering purchasing this pattern....go for it...the finished block I am more than pleased with..my project is being done with Americana colors of reds white and blues....this is going to be interesting

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EvaPaige QD  August 19, 2013
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KY Duchess, this is an excellent point. Smaller pieces can definitely bunch up when they aren't chain pieced; going slowly and making sure the presser foot is engaged and the needle is down in the fabric before starting to sew helps, but yes, it can be a little frustrating.

The good news is if one chooses to do the completely scrappy version of this pattern (blue quilt in photos), chain piecing is a snap and the only way to go!

I am glad you are enjoying it, and thanks for recommending the purchase. I definitely want to see your finished quilt!