Exciting news. I've just finished my first You Tube video. It is on a technique I frequently use in pressing my quilt blocks. I call it either a split seam or twisted seam concept.
I used this technique in my latest pattern - Tad Ted and Theodore Bowties.
There are three different size blocks (2", 4" or 6"). The finished projects have exactly the same layout -- but the size of the block determines the finished size. The 2" Tad bowties produces a miniature quilt (22" x 29"). The 4" Ted bowties produces a 44" x 58" quilt -- perfect for a baby quilt. The 6" Theodore bowties result in a 67" x 87" quilt which would be a great lap quilt.
My version was the miniature. I did some basic quilting on this one -- stitch in the ditch around the bowties and arcs in the sashing. Even though it is a small quilt -- I still quilted this on my APQS Millennium with Intelliquilter.
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