First of all, I would like to introduce to you my light box. Light box, meet my readers, readers, meet my light box. A professional graphic light box of a firm size. Expensive? No way. A printer decided he worked digitally and no more with life pictures. So therefore it was dumped and almost thrown in the dump. Until a friend of mine thought of me and saved it from the dump.
Next step: putting the pattern on the box, and stick it on with removable tape.
Take your Clover water soluble marker (thin) or an equivalent marker of your own choice. Hey, I am easy!
Start tracing the pattern. You didn't expect that move, did you?! I use a ruler for the straight lines. I am not that good with going straight.
First steps done. Just like quilting, first the main lines, than the motifs, and the grids when all is done. So, no grids.
And when I am done, you can't even see it.
Until the light goes off. Taadaa!
And when the table is too low, and the lower back pain is too much? Put the light box on the kitchen counter top! That is definitely high enough.
1 done, 23 to go. And outside? Snow as little as powdered sugar on a donut.
Hey, it is almost March. Can't it stop?!
Looking forward to spring!
Have fun quilting!