Hi all, I just can't stay away. Although I'm am terrible at sewing I just love the look of quilts and have to do them.
This year our local fabric store is offering a stained glass butterfly meeting. And I couldn't resist it was exactly what I was looking for to work as a window quilt in my bedroom.
I'm having to make it longer and a little wider than the pattern but that's what borders are for right?
I have a question about the reverse stained glass methodology.
The directions says to turn the pattern face side down before tracing out the template. Our group leader says it isn't necessary. Can someone tell me what is the thinking on this? I want to stick to the directions because chances are I'll be so slow I'll finish this up long after everyone else and on my own.
Thank you for any help you can give me.