My other thread is getting ridiculously long so I'm going to start a new one.
The denim quilt is driving me insane! Here's the problem. Got done stitching diangle lines though the quilt and when I was ready to start doing diangle lines in the other direction (completing the X's through the squares) that's when I found out the quilt top won't lie flat against the batting and back. There ended up being so much extra bulk in between the stitches that it won't lie flat and the denim wants to...twist up in a wrinkled fashion I guess is the best way to describe it. I realize the quilt doesn't have to be perfect, but, being an artist, I do have a level of quality I'd like to meet.
I know I can do this quilt. If I can make the top of my prom dress out of vinyl---which definatly ranks in the "Top 5 Scariest Fabrics to Work With"---and then have people ask me where I bought it...I can definatly get this quilt done.
I'm going to seam rip everything out and start over the sandwiching process (as much as I hate to). Any suggestions (and support) would help greatly.