I'm taking a break from my quilts for a bit to tell you about my newest hobby: sailing.
One of my favorite movies is What About Bob?. You HAVE to watch the "I'm Sailing" video clip. It's one minute long. Do it. You know you want to.
"Dr. Marvin! Guess what! Ahoy! I sail! I'm a sailor! Isn't this a breakthrough?! Out on a boat...on a lake...way far away from the dock...with the wind, and the wind, and, and the sky and everything?? AHOOOY!"""
No, really, I am taking a break from my quilts (just finished one last week!) (and I have two more to work on!) to sew a couple little ties onto some onesies. I had a friend special order a tie with a sailboat theme (hence my reference to What About Bob), as she's going to an 80th birthday party for someone in her family, and there is some sailing significance.
not sewing the little onesie to itself is difficult
corners are difficult
So my question is...when using a zig zag stitch, how do you make the corners identical? As I'm turning the shirt, sometimes it looks like I went over it twice (like the top left corner) and sometimes it looks like I completely skipped it (like the top right corner)! Any help on that one?
Maybe I can get a cute picture of the 2 boys in their shirts and post an update! I'll see what I can do for you, faithful readers...
Did you watch the video clip? :)