Enjoyed reading all your great tutorials on QAYG. I've been working on my first
quilting in sections using the last method you did. I started this around same time
you were starting your first tutorial and I'm still not done. LOL. Well the top is done
but I still need to add borders. I found this method very time consuming but it was
nice not to wrestle a big quilt through the machine. I think this method would work
well if you split your quilt in two or three sections then all the seams would be parallel.
I did mine in 9 sections (3 x 3) + borders. What was I thinking? I just hope it doesn't
come apart after doing all that work. I'll share a tip about trimming batting. Instead
of trying to trim both battings at the same time, I trimmed one side with a ruler then
put the other side underneath and marked with a Clover chalk then cut the other side.
Works really well with Warm and Natural batting. Don't worry about a little gap, batting
is quite forgiving. Have a good day.