I know the answer to this but who's job is it to keep me from doing stupid things?
And if it's mine I'm screwed!
So, quilting a labyrinth. Great idea for someone who isn't afraid to do the math. Getting the labyrinth to fit took some figgerin'. I measure and divided and T-pinned where I thought the different parts would go.
Then I stood there scratching my head.
For a while.
Finally I gave up and cheated, just like I used to do in 9th grade algebra.
I laid out some yarn to see where it should go and just fudged the placement a bit till it fit.
There was a lot of empty space at the bottom here so I just shifted the pins down and I'm hoping for the best.
|I didn't start this as a place to practice stitches but it's worked out that way.|
I'm still figgerin' on how to quilt it. I need a more solid line for the labyrinth to really show so I tried back stitch instead of running stitch. It worked on the front.
But not really on the back.
More figgerin' for me.