I think we have already established my love of QAYG (quilt-as-you-go).
I currently have 2 different projects in the works that are being assembled with 2 different QAYG techniques.
The first one is to sew a block in the traditional way. Then layer and quilt it as desired. Square it up. And finally, use a baffling technique to attach it to the next piece, which in this case is sashing.
The second technique involves building a block right on the batting. Then layering on the backing and adding the desired quilting. Squaring it up. And lastly, "setting" the blocks with 1" sashing (which is just enough to cover the seam allowances.
What about you...do you have a favorite QAYG technique?