Once I'd meandered my way over the whole quilt, I went back and fixed things one by one. Here's an example of how I fixed some of them.
|1. Find the problem|
|2. Redo the quilting, making sure you stitch over existing quilting to lock the stitches|
|3. Unpick the original stitching|
The repair doesn't look perfect (I'm still an FMQ beginner!) but it's only noticeable in the photos, when viewing the quilt in its entirety it would probably take me quite a while to find the repair.
What do you do with quilting that needs to be redone? Do you fix it at the time or do you fix it later? How do you mark the bits that need fixing?
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