Yes, I know...there are no dumb questions, only dumb answers. So how about "I feel dumb for asking this?" :lol:
I'm in the process of quilting a quilt that has four borders. Each one is an inch wider than the previous one; they go from 2 1/2", 3 1/2", 4 1/2" and then 5 1/2". The batting I'm using says I can quilt up to six inches apart.
So my question is, I still need to do some quilting in these borders, right? Even after doing SITD. Because even though the quilting in one direction is less than 6", lengthwise it won't be.
I'm trying to do this as quickly as possible because it's for my father's birthday. My mother's birthday is less than two weeks later and I'm making the same pattern for her also. (It's from Eleanor Burns' Log Cabin in a Day, so it's very quick to put together).
Thanks in advance for the great advice I know I'll get. I love this board!