Most quilters run into difficulty with the center of a four patch. Miss Rosie shares her technique on how to make sure your ends meet in seamless perfection. You need to take cues from where your seams are and sew against the seam. This will prevent the frustrating separation of the seam often seen in four patch patterns.
- The directions of your seams can make a big difference in how things join and match up
- Sewing against the seams pushes said seams against each other and allows for better joining
- Separation can happen even when lots of pins are used, but it makes it easier
“The direction of your seams when you’re doing your chain piecing can make a big difference.”