I think I've got it at last !! I didn't use any adhesive backing, hooped the fabric and cut away stabiliser together, floated another piece of tear away underneath, and although I can see a tiny pucker, I've decided that a blind man would love to see i
I gave this one to my cousin who wanted it for his wife, but he insisted on giving me something for it because he knew how much work went into it. So I am now the proud owner of one of those mini irons, the sort you can use inside the hoop!
A cot quilt I've made recently, one of three, but I want to do some embroidery on plain squares, instead of buying printed fabric, but I am having problems with applique, puckering on the base fabric, and this will not do for me !!
OK! You've seen the three cot quilts I've made recently, here's the double size I made a year ago! Looks complicated, but it was the easiest one I made, and it now belongs to a very good friend of mine!