I am hoping to seek some advice on a quilt top that I am working on.
Unfortunately, I am unable to post a picture of the top.
This pattern is pieced in a grid of squares and then using a template
that matches the squares set on an angle after they are pieced together,
it is used to recut the template shapes again, this time into a twisted
pieced four patch and then repieced together to create the final quilt
My quilt has been up on my design wall for sometime now, and well
frankly being that it has 120 squares in it that I have to go back and
recut with this template, on an angle, in order to cut it out, it is almost
like cutting a square out of the middle of a piece of fabric. And with
all that fun ahead of me, Yikes!! It seams awkward to have the quilt
top lying on a table and trying to walk around it to cut them out as to
try to not disturb the top while cutting.
Would any of you be familiar with this quilt pattern, and was hoping
to rotary cut the squares out with out tracing around the template first
and then cutting them with scissors?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.