Sunday, April 15, 2018


I have decided to attach the border as I assemble the quilt.

This way, I can stay-stitch the edges as I go.

Here are the first rows stitched together.

With a seam just waiting to pop open every 2 inches, I feel like I am working on a spider web...trying to keep all this piecing together. 

By sewing this quilt top together 2 rows a time, then sewing those larger rows together, etc., I am not wrangling the larger bulk of the quilt through the machine for every row.  If I can keep it smaller, there will be less chance to unravel a stitched seam.

So far, so good. 😊


  1. Love your border idea. Your quilt is looking great. I wish I could bust out my scraps and make one right now.

  2. Great idea! Fingers crossed those seams don't pop.

  3. Your quilt looks great! I love the scrappy pattern. This may be my first visit to your blog, but I'm going to add you to bloglovin'. Glad I found you!

  4. Beautiful quilt! I love your idea to stay stitch the edges, and put it together in small parts.



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