How to rip out a seam really fast.
Iron the seam closed.
Use your seam ripper to cut every third or fourth stitch.
Work all the way across the entire seam.
Pull the seam apart.
Use a lint roller to pull out the thread crumbs.
Why have I suddenly become an expert at ripping out seams?
This pile of nine-patch blocks in black with a solid, plaid or stripe has been hanging out in my sewing room for a while.
I started sewing them together for a quick quilt top.
That got boring real fast. I took them apart and went with this instead. I think it is more interesting. What do you think?