I have been writing a pattern for a class I am teaching at Peg Bingham's Fall Quilt Camp in October. Being my first attempt at pattern writing, I want to have a professional-looking product with easy-to-understand instructions illustrated with clear graphics. Easy-peasy, right? Not for me!
My Beta test group gave me many good suggestions, but I was still grappling with the presentation. The solution truly came to me in the dark of night and in the matter of two days I have it formatted and near completion. Just need to add a few graphics to illustrate some key points.
My question for you: How important is it to you to have detailed instructions for plain borders, creating the quilt sandwich, and finishing? Seems to me those are basics covered in many publications.
I can see covering the borders. Then is "Quilt as desired" sufficient?
I have until October to finish....