I have 5" charms sewn together into a 8x10 grid for a baby quilt and it needs to be done for Friday night.
I'm thinking of sewing the wrong sides together and turning inside out. (Birthing?) Is this the way to lay the layers out??? First on table, backing right side up. Second on table, quilt top right side down. Third on table, batting. Stitch around - turn right side out.
Next question??? Can I then stitch an easy X pattern in the 5" charms so that the quilt is quilted? Then stitch along the edge to secure the flipped out border? Do you think I'll have an issue with the backing not laying flat? Should I spray inside the quilt with a basting spray and smooth it down? Should I spray the batting and the back of the quilt top before I sew around the outside of the quilt? (Then I'd just have to spray between the batting the the backing.)
How did you do this successfully?
Thanks for your help - will check back for answers in a few hours.