Pictures of the reverse side of quilt tops
There are quite a few quilters here who do outstanding work and you are also quick to offer help and guidance. Would you consider posting some pictures of your tops after you are done piecing - but before quilting - so that we newer, less experienced quilters, can actually see what the reverse side of finished quilt top should look like before being quilted by hand, on a home machine or sent to a long arm quilter?
I know everyone does what works for them, so there may be differences in technique, however it would be a great way to learn and see what we are striving for in our quilting and also explain how the reverse side finish affects the overall appearance of the finished quilt and the quilting.
Or is this a terrible suggestion?
Pictures of back of quilts
I too like to see the back of quilts, but, maybe just fold over one end with enough to see the back with the front.
pictures of backs of quilt tops
here's another one (i hope) the picture posting part i think i'm going to have to work on...
the threads that need to be clipped
so here is a picture that shows how long threads can (build up) and if left can show through when the quilt is quilted