The woodworkers guide to quilting carries on. I discovered the usefulness of tulle fabric. I draw the quilting design I want to use onto tulle, then pin the marked tulle onto the quilt top. Then I use a washable pen to draw over the design on the tulle, remove the tulle and then I can quilt over the marked lines. It works really well. Pete watched this process and declared that he could make a better tool to accomplish the task. He took thin strips of wood and made a frame, laid the tulle overtop the frame and added four more strips of wood to make a tulle sandwich. I now have a solid, permanent rose vine template to use on all manner of quilts. What a guy!
Quilter, Teacher...on the learning curve