I laid the fat quarters across our patio chairs and clipped them together with those awesome little wonder clips so they wouldn't fly away in the wind.
Then I sprayed the berjabbers out of them. Yes, that's a word!
I'm trying to use up some of my pre-cuts and I'm working on a jelly roll race quilt. I had purchased this drying rack at a garage sale ($2 - score!) so I draped and clipped the strip sets I had on it and sprayed away.
Nice and neat and organized. It was sunny and breezy and took no time for them to dry.
Notice the long grass in the background? We have a 1/3 acre lot and most of the back is lawn. We have had a tremendous amount of rain this year and has rained most every day in May. I fertilized the lawn which made it grow and grow but it rains so you can't mow. We're just about caught up cutting it though and, hopefully, with a few dry days we can get it all mowed and looking nice again. I did threaten to borrow my friend's llamas so they could graze it down for me but I don't think our HOA would appreciate it.....
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Some gals at one of my quilting groups were talking about this technique the other day and, on the most part, they thought it was a waste of time. Of course, they hadn't tried it! To me, quilting is a growth process. You need to challenge yourself to try new things. Anything that makes us a better quilter can't be all bad. Right?
Let me know how you do. What have you learned lately that has knocked your socks off?