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Chain Saw Quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Traditional
Sherri Rene on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? cotton

Sherri Rene on craftsy.com

pretty colours, did you find this one quick to do too??

03/11/2013 Flag

I see in your instructions....about smoothing the back. I have a little tip. (if you click on my name you can see a pic of my chain saw one with the basting) I found a video on youtube about hand basting. its easy and quick and saves you a lot of bother. Once you have done it once you wont baste any other way. My last four quilts have been hand basted, what I did was lay my backing down then the batting, then the top. basted away, then you can do what you want with it, and trust me it wont move at all. I had bother with spray basting while it is great for small projects the bigger they are the worse it is trying to get all together. I would spend ages smoothing this way and that, and get very frustrated. This is merely a suggestion. if you would like to see the video let me know and I will add it for you

03/11/2013 Flag

Hi - to add to your comments... which I do baste my whole quilts - also - my husband

03/15/2013 Flag

oops .. hit the enter - my husband made a light 1x 48 inch board that I wrap my quilts as I baste -

03/15/2013 Flag