When I started this series of blogs, I said some would be short. Every time I start writing a short one, it turns out long. But this time it is short. Life got in the way this week, so I do not have much. I hope all my Canadian followers had a great Thanksgiving weekend….
Today I want to talk about how to handle the end of a quilt. I float my quilts. I only do a full load if I have a real problem quilt. I love floating–it’s another example of how time is money! Anyway, I have, over time, decided that the bottom of a quilt is where floating can have issues. Sometimes the quilt wants to work its way up in the centre when you get close to the bottom. I have learned to put a few pins in to hold it in place. It seems to me that this is only an issue just before the bottom of the quilt reaches the belly bar.
I have found pinning at this point keeps the quilt from working up in the centre. An easy fix!
That’s it! Until my next blog, I will be quilting my heart out on my hubby’s quilt!