After someone here or elsewhere online recommended it,I purchased the book "The Perfect Stitch". This is in regards to hand quilting.
inside there is this quote
"Every quilter sets out to do 10 stitches per inch..."
Really? I'm curious how many of you actually can achieve this. Is it really the norm?
I am then comforted by another comment I saw here today..."There are no quilting police!" Thank goodness! I
I feel that my stitches are nice and neat and others have mentioned this as well. You cannot pull apart my seams very easily, and my quilting looks nice anyway. I never heard of,this rule before, so when I went back to the 2 quilts I have done, my stitches are more Ike 6 per inch maybe 7 . I typically use a back stitch simply because I think it is a stronger stitch. I'm sure this has something to do with my count, but how bad is it to be s far off from what's considered standard? YIKES, should I be ashamed to show my stuff to the people so know the rules?
whats your number? Haha
Wow! That was the first word that came out of my mouth when I saw this picture of your quilt!
Really really nice, no wonder you won a prize for it!