I am back to using freezer paper for my applique. I always wonder if I am doing my applique the "right" way. I have read several sets of instructions on the subject, and their stitches always look so perfect. My stitches never look perfect. I usually have to be happy if my stitches do not show and the fabric ends up tightly attached to the ground. If my curves are smooth, well, that is just a bonus. lol
Does anyone besides me wonder if their work is "good" enough? I might want to show my Dear Jane when it is done, perhaps I will find out then that I am doing "toe-catching" applique. I knew when I entered "Ethan" in my first show that the quilting was bad because I had problems with bobbin tension, but I never knew the stitches on the binding were supposed to be SO close together. Live and learn.
Susan in Texas