I met Rami Kim today at the quilt show in Auburn, Ca. She is such a sweet lady. She was busy stitching " little things" (without looking at it as she did) and I am so impressed that she can do that, among a great many people milling around her table as she answered questions, stitched and conversed with us about TQS and her latest segment aired. I know I couldn't do that...even if I had practiced for years.
I also came home and downloaded her "Chop Key" pattern this evening....can't wait to try it.
Living in the beautiful Carson Valley of Western Nevada
I had great fun doing the square Chop Key -- after I stitched 1/8" around it I noticed all folds (as instructed went to the right) so I wondered what it would look like if I pressed it to the left and it formed another pattern which would need to have a bead or tack stitch in the middle to hold!