Binding a scallop edge quilt, is not hard but it does require some preciseness in sewing and making up your mind to take your time. Don’t rush, sew carefully and you will end up with lovely even scallops. And, you must use bias binding.
Many goals occupy my mind, new quilts, finish UFOs, keep the public part of the house “company ready” and, an organized studio, are just a few of my goals. Blog posts are another thing I want to keep up with this year.
Pictures are the most exciting part of any blog, and pictures are the slowest part of posting. It is the editing that slows me down. So for today, and old picture, but if all goes well by Friday, new pictures.
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Applique, ruching and dimensional embellishments of quilts