It does, however, require pressing and trimming after each piece is attached. No chain anything on this one. I was pretty tired and Sparki the wonder dog was camped out between my chair and the ironing board. I could have overcome my inertia but add in geriatric dog inertia and I knew that up & down and up & down wasn't happening.
I've never had a large, cleared, surface to do pressing and cutting and sewing all from one spot, but I thought it was worth a try. I felt so efficient! My little portable pressing pad (with a towel under for condensation), a small cutting mat and ruler, & I was good to go! Being tall was a big help, and working on a long, narrow piece made the cutting possible. Check it out! A work station worthy of Jenny or the Gourmet Quilter !!
|Rendered in Black & White because it IS the week before Christmas!|
|Hastily deployed decoy quilt|
|The sweetest dog on the planet & such a pretty girl!|