I am making a quilt with 3" x 3" squares, all are the same size. I am using my 1/4" foot and all are sewed the same.
HOWEVER...when I sew the second, third, etc. rows onto each other, I am always having to rip stitches, adjust the seams, because they never quite match up, so they might be a bit off on one seam, which then throws the entire row off.
When I began quilting, my original quilt was made with large bandanas, I didn't know about 1/4" seams, I just sewed them all together and every seam lined up perfectly which I was told was highly unusual.
If anyone has any suggestions, I am open to hearing them. Part of my frustration is that I usually FMQ all of my own and I have had a long arm quilter volunteer to do a few for me and I have heard horror stories of long armer's telling quilters how bad their quilts are and I am terrified.
Thanks in advance, I know I will get some amazing suggestions!