Thanks. I know I could make a paper pattern, but that would take taping a lot of paper together, you know? These are big ol' pieces. I thought they must have something else in mind. Those are good ideas.
Hello. I'm a sewer, but I'm going to start my first quilt. I'm just checking out books at the library and going for it. I'm starting with a baby quilt so I won't invest too much the first time.
I'm just wondering about the quilting angle -- must I have a darning foot to do it? I don't have one and because I have a Kenmore, I have to order every accessory I need. And it seems to be getting harder and harder to find presser feet for my 5 year old machine, even on the Sears site.
Also, do you just drop the feed dogs and start sewing, or do you draw a pattern on with disappearing marker or chalk? Any tips would be great for doing this in the most basic way.