Another quilt finished for the quilt shop, we had sent this one out to be quilted, it was returned a few days ago,I had the binding ready to go, I usually cut and prepare the binding when I make the quilt top.
We hung this quilt at the shop Tuesday, I stood back to see that it was straight and bam a glaring mistake jumped out at me. I am going to let you see if you can spot it, to me it stands out like a sore thumb. But there it is hanging in the shop for all to see, and every time I look at it that is what I see.
This quilt will eventually go to one of my sons and I am sure they won't mind, or even notice if I don't point it out.
I have been working on creating a pattern for a simple little four patch quilt for beginners. We don't have room at the shop to offer classes, but we have people requesting a simple starter quilt pattern.
I thought it would be simple to write a pattern for a beginner. The problem I am struggling with now is when to quit. Writing the pattern was easy, trying to write for someone that had never held a rotary cutter is a little harder.
Any advice would be helpful...