Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Floating The Top

I think this is called floating the top not sure......but it worked for me and I didn't have to mess with the other rollers..LOL :)~






I am making the binding out of that pretty green stripe........can't wait to finish it! I need a crinkle fix.......you know.... wash it......take it out of the dryer and it's all crinkled........I love that part!........heheheh

Happy Stitching
Shar



7 comments:

Moneik said...

I float all my tops and it works for me. I usually have mine a little flatter when I'm quilting, but your quilt looks great.

Zlaty said...

I have never float a top. Thanks for sharing your expirience!

Have a great week!

Cindy said...

that's how I learned from the Git-go - floating a top. I use no other method - but then again - I've never tried any other method.

Christine said...

I have never floated a quilt top, might have to try.
Looking great
Christine

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