A Quilters Best drafted plans

go awry occasionally.  I worked and worked and worked and worked to get the pattern pieces drafted just so.  I stitched and stitched and stitched and pulled out some stitching and realized I’d goofed.  I’ve figured out how to fix the goof but I goofed.  When I drafted on of the pieces it’s just slightly too big…I have a solution and am trying to figure out how this will work without causing too many seams in places where I don’t want them.

Learned: when drafting pattern pieces go big to make sure they all fit the way they need to fit…meaning full scale with all of the pieces this gives a check to each piece to make sure it’s going to fit correctly.


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  1. Ahhh this reminds me of a couple of my favorite ‘quilt quotes’.

    “The path of least resistance usually leads over a cliff.” I have proven this a couple times in quilting.

    or the one I practice the most… almost with every quilt.

    “There isn’t a border I can’t screw up” Yep that’s me – seems I aim for consistency with this one.

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