Quilter's Slidelock. This is the first project I've used it on, and it is helping me cut nice and straight every single time. Which is great, because I don't want to wast any of this luscious Tula Pink fabric, right? I'll do a post about it later and show you how it works.
Friend Jaye's recent issue with her worn-out foot gave me the idea to just try the other one to see if it made a difference. It was like magic, everything went together on the next block with no problem.
100 Modern Quilt Blocks book at the Nook store, so I'm using my iPad to have the full-color illustrations. The black and white ones on my Nook just don't do it for me!
This is the first time that I've bought a digital copy of a quilt book and I quite like how it looks on the screen. Plus it lays nice and flat or I can prop it up like this.
Showing up underneath the block is the journal I'm keeping as I go through this project with fabric swatches and notes. The journal is a grey paged Strathmore and I love working on the nice soft gray colored pages. It's very different than the normal white background to draw and write on, easier on the eye maybe?