I'm sewing a top and keep wondering what you all do--
I sew the squares and iron--everything gets turned every which way so I have no idea which way to iron things so it all works out for a locking seam. So--when sewing rows together do you flip a seam over even if it's sewed that direction--to lock the seams? Or do you want the back to look nice so you keep it as it's ironed but sew over the seams both turned the same way?
I find myself putting a greater importance on locking seams. I'll press the back flat--but seams will be flipped.
I should have stuck with log cabins--it's never an issue there! :-)