Anyway, in the past, my knees and back used to suffer sandwiching quilts on the floor. It worked. There were no puckers on the back of my quilts. But, boy did it hurt.
Eventually, I did end up putting two folding tables together and using lots of masking tape (same as I did for the floor), but puckers were always there, no matter how much I tried to keep the backing taut.
Enter Styrofoam boards and flower pins.
This quilt is the last one that I did using this method. Binding has yet to be cut and sewn on, so no full photo of this quilt just yet.
The down side to this? Miss Ashes can't help me anymore. She is not allowed on the dining room table. Lordy, but she sure does protest this new method! LOL
Next time I sandwich another top, I will use strips of wood on my top just to make the smoothing easier each time the section is moved forward.
Like I said, I'm getting smarter.
Have a great day!