Sara Snuggerud made Cuddle Bow Tie Serger Quilt with:
This pattern was inspired to help students master their serger's differential feed. All you need is a serger set for a 4-thread overlock
differential feed and a stack of 6 1/2" Cuddle fabric squares. Cuddle fabric is known for its stretch and frayed edges - all perfect problems a serger can solve with just a turn of the dial. You can download this pattern from the Craftsy pattern area using this link: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/home-decor/cuddle-bow-tie-serger-quilt/161399
Q&A with Sara Snuggerud
Heidi Haas asked:
Hi Sara, I'm thinking of purchasing this pattern, but I need to know if the knot part of the bow is hand sewn onto the quilt? I LOVE this idea....sew/sooooo cute!!
Sara Snuggerud answered:
Hi Heidi, the bow is sewn in as a 3-D fabric piece into the seam. Sounds complicated but it is "knot". :)