Iím almost finished piecing my very first quilt. I used 6 charm packs. I worked on the placement, then to simplify, created 9-patch blocks. Once my blocks were completed, I joined them across into rows. I now have 5 rows to sew together (16 charms wide, 3 charms height).
Iíve been pretty lucky with butting my seams, but now that Iím ready to do the final sewing of the long rows, I have seams along the way that are not butting correctly. Because of the way the seams are sewn, I canít just press it over to the other side without twisting the seam.
Any suggestions on how to get the seams that need to be re-positioned in the right direction? I was thinking about cutting into my vertical ľ inch seam allowance which would allow me to turn the seam the correct way, but Iím wondering if this would have any impact on the stability of the quilt?
Any recommendations would be GREATLY appreciated.