I’ve spent some time this weekend sewing quilt blocks together. It’s been an interesting experience. I consider myself a fairly accomplished seamstress but this is another learning curve. Precision is so much more important here. Precision in cutting, sewing and 1/4 inch seams. If any of those are out of alignment, you’re blocks might not line up squarely and I’ve learned that does matter to me. I didn’t realize that I’m fussy about that and I want it perfect! There are someblocks that I tried to unstitch and resew and it hasn’t turned out much better so I’ve decided just to leave some of that and each one is getting better. At least as far as the seaming goes. The cutting is also fairly accurate because of the rotary cutter but I think when I cut multiples of some of the blocks, I was not as accurate lining the strips up and therein lies the problem. Lesson learned for next time and I will do this in a slightly different manner. To many this would not be a big deal but for me it’s a good challenge. They are cute though and I think I’m going to like the end result.