I have just made a quilt. It is a bit uneven, but I will get better at it
ironed some freezer paper. Yes iron it first cause freezer paper shrinks, then iron it on the backside of the square. let the kids draw on it with regular crayons. then heat set it. (turn the square over and make sure you put a piece of paper under the drawn side to catch the oils from the crayon.) remove the freezer paper and sew it together. Hope that was understandable
Sharon Schambers basting technique
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I am interested if anyone has trouble doing cross hatching. Do you use a special ruler. I have a longarm quilting machine and I have seen this longarm crosshatching tool from westalee crosshatching system. Has anyone used this tool and if they have would they reccommend it?