Keeping in mind this is the first time I’ve used the Fly stitch for quilting….Here’s my back – I only go through all layers with one stitch – the rest I travel through my layer about a needle’s length although you can tell I’m not completely consistent with my spacing – I’ll get better with practice.
This is the point I go through all my layers – when I’m making the (R) part of the stitch as shown with the needle in the diagram below. I stay between the layers when making the small holding stitch and come up on the (L) side of a new stitch – all without going through my layers.
Does that make any sense??
thanks, Mary! I’ve gotta try this out.
I’ve never tried this either though I think I’ve seen it on an old comfortor we once had. Looks lovely!
I think this could be the answer to my prayers. Thanks for linking to the tutorial.
This is really cool! I just may have to try it. I have to figure out how you did it first though, lol. Did you use perle cotton?
I’m just learning about this! It look like a fun way to quilt. I can’t wait to try it out.