It’s been one of those weeks. I do still have a couple quilts in the line up to go, but I just couldn’t make myself work that hard 😀 I am getting low on quilts though, so remember, if you want your quilt to be part of Free Motion Friday, email a picture of it to kathleen(at)kathleenquilts.com or tag it #freemotionfriday on instagram.
So my mom was working on a quilt this week for my Granny, and she was doing some ribbon candy that had to do a corner. And as any one who has read this blog knows, I have mad love for ribbon candy. So she asked me. Then a few of the other quilting ladies chimed in that they’d like to know how I did it to, so here it is.
I usually do it in one of three ways.
These first two methods I tend to use interchangeably. I’m pretty lazy, so as I come to the corner, depending where in the loop I am, then I pick which way I’m going.
In the 3rd method, I imagine a diagonal line through the corner, then make my ribbon candy smaller as I come to the corner, and then larger coming out. This method works best in slightly larger ribbon candy — usually 2″ or bigger is a good rule.
Anyways, once AGAIN, remember to email pictures of your quilt to kathleen(at)kathleenquilts.com or tag them #freemotionfriday on instagram so that I can play with them! I have so much fun, and LOVE seeing your quilts.