Wednesday, May 10, 2017

One Row At A Time

Sewing blocks to a quilt together is tough enough but when they have lots of bias edges, it's a lot trickier, so when I've got a row sewn I lay it out on the floor, and then add it to the rest. If it's on the floor, it won't stretch the bias edges.

Since the rows of blocks are long diagonals, I need the stepladder to reach the top. I am eager to get this one sewn up, since I have some ideas about how to make the dark version successful, and I can't wait to play with those.

Of course, when I noticed this:

I could do nothing but sigh. It will have to come out, and I will have to fix it.


Nancy J said...

And my eyes went immediately to all those colour co-ordinated piles of fabric. The diamonds are looking great.

Quiltdivajulie said...

One seam at a time . . . this is just glorious!

Monty Q. Kat said...

Certain uneducated humans need help figuring out what has to go. I'm not naming names, but she scoops the box here.

Monty Q. Kat said...

Wait, wait. She's got it now. I'll nudge her towards the coffee pot.