Not So Subtle
From some of Tuesday's fabric purchases, I cut black and low volume strips to make more not so subtle blocks. I also put previously completed blocks back on my design wall to take inventory. In going through my previous blog posts, I realized that I had not published a post (found a draft from October!) on Amanda Jean's workshop with our guild so I am merging that one into this post.
It was such a treat having Amanda Jean here for several days. She managed to teach at three or four guilds while in Florida! We may have also squeezed in some fabric shopping as well, where she ran into a relative from Wisconsin. Small world ;-)
I made several blocks during the workshop....
...a few more at home....
...and several more while camping, breaking Amanda Jean's "all on one machine" rule by using three different sewing machines!
For this reason, I did have to unstitch a few of the blocks. Most of them though have consistent seams.
I am considering taking these blocks with me on a retreat next month, but that would mean a fourth machine (my featherweight) was used in the making of these blocks. Yeah, now that I think about it, I will keep these blocks at home!
Do you have any tips to share regarding consistent seam allowances when multiple sewing machines are employed? Thanks for stopping by!