My DH and I went to a quilt show a few weeks ago. There were a lot of beautiful antique quilts that I enjoyed looking at. And guess what! They were not all perfect. There were mistakes and it made me feel so much better. I don't have to achieve perfection when I quilt. Who knew?
One of the booth's had cutting forms that mystified me. Somehow they held onto the fabric and could be moved without the fabric falling off. Pieces could be cut perfectly. The cutting table was hydraulic and could be raised or lowered by the push of a button. Oh what wonderful things! As I was admiring and falling in love with it I heard a lady next to me state, "Oh, my husband does all my cutting for me." He was standing next to her and sheepishly agreed. Now I want to know does he have a brother? Or could I rent Mr. Quilt Cutter for just a few days? I really dislike the cutting process of quilt making and wish there was some easy way.
Okay, enough whining. Have a great weekend, ladies!