|See the backing folded over on|
Second, I should have known better, but I thought I would save time by using a slightly faster binding method. I usually always use my tried and true method using my Pfaff bi-level foot. But yesterday I thought to save time, I'll use another method where you sew the binding on the front of the quilt, fold it over, pin and stitch in the ditch, and hope that the edge of the binding catches in the seam on the back. Well, even after pinning very carefully, I had 15 small sections in the back where the binding was not stitched down. I ended up spending a half an hour, re-pinning and re-stitching. So, I spent more time at the binding after all.
|A one inch star block among the swirls.|
Can you draw this without going over a line twice?
I've added a few little quilted I spy motifs for my sister. I wonder if she will be able to find them.
|A swirly heart|
|All folded and ready for the little boler trailer.|