A few people have asked how I am seaming Babette. I checked around on the internet, but couldn’t find any sites that showed exactly what I was doing. I suppose this is my own little ‘un-vention’. It results in a very flat, almost invisible seam. It is not the sturdiest seam out there, but strong enough for a blanket’s purpose. Especially a blanket that when anyone uses it I will scream out, “Be careful when you use that blanket!” But I was going to do that with or without this seaming method, it’s just who I am.
Mr. Boar took these shots while I was seaming section six last night. He also tried to take some “Ann is so sexy in her grandma nightie” pictures, but I will spare you that spectacle. Mr. Boar is so frisky for a guy who wouldn’t get me ice cream, no?
Nicely done! I have to read yesterday’s I saw “steamy” and now I’m off!
Very elegant method. I was wondering how you make these beautiful seams so it is good others asked and so nice of Mr. Boar to take those photos for us. Lovely piggie.
GET Ice cream?… Don’t I recall a trip to Williams Sonoma for an Ice cream maker???