I tried for the very first time EVER to do the Amazing School Glue Baste trick that people on this board just rave about, except like everything else I try for the first time, it DIDN'T WORK. Puckers EVERYWHERE on the backside OF COURSE.
I laid the backing down, then the batting on top of it and pulled the backing up and put the glue down then smoothed the batting over the backing. Then I put the top on the backing and pulled the top back and applied the glue, then smoothed the top over the backing again. Seemed simple enough, right?
The top looks fine, pucker free, so I'm wondering if it is possible to just pull the backiing off and reglue it to the batting. I used regular Elmer's school glue - if I spritz it with water and let the water settle a little bit, will this work? I'm thinking this should work, since the glue supposedly comes out in the wash when you wash the finished quilt.