So, I’ve figured out the secret to easing the pain of weaving in all of those yarn tails at the end. Ya ready? WEAVE IN AS YOU GO. It’s that simple! Why didn’t I figure that out sooner? Somehow I guess weaving in as I go won’t work for this small afghan square.
I finished another two Crafty BOM 2012 quilt blocks. These two were all about cutting triangles using two different methods. The first is the Magic half-square triangle where you create the triangles by sewing around the edges of two layered squares and cutting them open. In the second, more traditional method you create the triangles by drawing a line on the diagonal of each square, layering two together, sewing a seam on each side and finally cutting down the middle. I prefered the first method, which seemed to go together much faster, but it was nice to be able to sew a chain of squares together without breaking the thread using the second method. Anyhow, here are my two finished squares.
I finally got around to purchasing a copy of Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by Elizabeth L. Kline. I cannot wait to dive in! First, I need to finish the two other books I’ve started and then I’ll let you know what I think! Have any of you bloggers checked out this book?