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Fish_knees wrote: Well after making 8 rag quilts I've decided to branch out, lol.
This will be my first try at something a little more detailed. I still have a thin red trim and a sash to sew on it.
My question is: What do you think is the most important when hand quilting? I bought a thimble, quilting needles.
My friend suggested that this may be too much/hard to do by hand. I don't have a timeline I'm making it for me. Who knows maybe I'll give up and just do it on the machine. But I would like to hear any helpful hints/tips :)