However, the first stitch is often larger than the rest, disrupting the even look of a line of quilting. Fortunately, there’s a solution for that. And, what do you do when you come to bulky seams?
In the following video, Alex Anderson provides three tips (or three ways to cheat, as she calls it!) that will improve the look of your hand quilting. One tip centers on not expecting the quilting on the back of the quilt to look as even as on the front. Once that’s solved, the rest is just a matter of technique and practice.
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