Cool... but aren't the outside edges of the HSTs on the bias now?? Would that be a problem?? Just thinkin... probably too much
Ok I guess I should watch the ENTIRE video to get my answer LOLHugs!
very cool. i may give it a try for a baby quilt that i have to do too!
What a slick trick!
When I see a thing like this I always wonder hów someone got this idea in the first place! What a slick trick indeed! Thanks for posting this, I bookmarked it and will certainly try it out!
Nancy, I must take this time to tell you how much I approve of and agree with your sidebars: The Truth and the Liberal tag I gladly wear too. I really really like the what jesus said about Gays picket sign. Living in Bay Area and coming from Key West, I have been surrounded by gays, lesbian, and other gender-bending or searching people my entire adult life and endorse your attitude.
My bee made 3 quilts using this method earlier this year - they turned out great.
Why don't I ever think of these things? Thanks for sharing.
AMAZING! I've got to give it a try!
Talk about a eureka moment!!!!
That is going to make my life so much easier. Thanks for the great tutorial
Now if that doesn't beat all... amazing! That Best Press really does work well to stabilize those edges too, she's absolutely right about that. Thanks, Nancy!
Wow, that is amazing! I'm going to be sure to include a pinwheel quilt in my projects for next year just to try this.
Thank you sew much! I myself had worried about the bias edge so I'm glad to see you do this :)
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