Warning: The first few tips are quilting/sewing related; the rest are not.
Your ironing board can be used to support your quilt from the left side. Just adjust it a hair lower than your sewing table. Your quilt won't slide on the ironing board cover, so put a couple of sewing rulers on top of it, right sides up, so your surface will be level with the sewing table and your quilt will slide all you want.
(The two stacks in the foreground are already unraveled and pressed. And pressed, and pressed and pressed. If you have ever washed pre-cuts and had them turn out looking anything like they did before washing, I would love to hear from you.)
The next tip is mildly quilting-related.
(High-contrast photos are great, by the way, because dust doesn't show.)
The last two tips are not quilting related.
(Yes, husband, I'm talking about you. :)
|Yes, that's really our porch. (And I may have posted this before.)|
I want my seeds back.
Looking forward to spring,