Well, not exactly. I had to work through some tension issues. I think my machine just needed a good oiling. I learned that I did the best pulling the fabric. I couldn't see where I was going when I pushed it. Going right or left I had the least control. This was a bit boring. so I didn't finish the whole cloth that I cut. I think I will save the rest of the space to test out tension.
I keep spelling that with a tion. Thanks spell-check!
This little quilt sandwich was intended to just test tension. So there are tension issues. I know, it should probably just have lines and wavy lines, BUT THEY ARE BORING. So, I get a little carried away:)
Here's my question for Leah:
Please look at the photos below. the first one (the front side)of pebbling has little knots. Could this be the result of thread. I used Coats and Clark embroidery thread (color peacock). It was thicker than the Isacord that is the white thread. The white tension is all wrong on the pebbling, I know.
The next photo is on the back up close of the flower. Were the flower meets the little 2 leaves there is a big blob of thread build up. Is this normal, acceptable, how it's supposed to look. Like, if I were to enter a quilt in a show and I had areas like this, would I get a big thumbs down?
Anyhoo, that's all for today. Can't wait to link up with Leah tomorrow!