Tips for Reducing Bulk Where Many Seams Come Together!
Sometimes you just can’t avoid bulky intersections. Spots where several seams come together often end up with a lot of extra bulk.
However, there are things you can do to minimize the bulk. Doing so not only helps the block lay flat, it also makes for easier quilting. This is important whether you’re quilting by machine or by hand.
Angela Walters provides 3 tips for minimizing bulk in the following video. We especially like the third tip. Great idea!
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