Monday, September 18, 2017

rows of pinning

It is time to start the rows of Carolina Crossroads quilt. This part is a little tedious since I do better if I pin intersections and they are only 1 inch apart. That is a lot of pinning. I think what I will do is pin a row while I am watching tv in the evening and then sew it in the morning and then repeat.


It is always easy to put the first 2 rows together because they are short.


I have put this together as a leader/ ender while I worked on glitter blocks. I can make at least 4 seams while doing the background of one glitter blocks



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7 comments:

  1. Hi Maggie,
    It is so fun to see this coming together. I've watched with great interest how this project has progressed in between other projects. It's now time to come to the forefront, and I am looking forward to seeing more. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  2. I pin the intersections, too. Some people can just feel the seams and press on but I need to know they are together right. Especially when putting a Bonnie Hunter quilt together.

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  3. I'm a pinner as well! Your colors in the Carolina Crossroads are beautiful.

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  4. This is wonderful! Can't wait to see the whole top.

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  5. I usually use pins too. Works for me.

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  6. Thank you for your participation at the Show and Tell Monday !! Hug Bambi

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  7. That is a lot of seams to pin. Looks like your plan is working.

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