Do some sewing. Hand stitch the flyaway pinwheel points into place -
|Sorry for fuzziness - didn't realise the macro wasn't working to that degree of closeness because I wasn't paying attention.|
Eventually cut and sew together four inch squares, slice the backing fabric in two and put in the strip of squares so that it is wide enough -
And then, with dread in your stomach, get the jelly mould. What was that, you say? Doesn't everyone keep their pins for basting in a jelly mould tub? Mine have been there since the beginning. It's just what I picked up when I needed something to put them in one day and that is where they stayed.
Commence pinning -
Other than school runs and food production, that about sums up my day. Hope yours was at least as exciting, if not more so!