Snails Trail is a delightful pattern from the 1920's composed of squares and triangles. A dramatic pattern using either two or four colors. HoopSisters has brought this pattern into the hoop to make ease of construction and quick piecing a must have. The center square is embroidered into a four square and then surrounded by triangles. The backing is added and quilting is completed all while still in the hoop.
Pamela Sullivant (Submitted on 30th Sep 2012)
This is a very unique method to make a quilt block that is quilted when finished. Instructions for the block itself are fairly clear. More detail in explanation would help. The instructions for the double cross bag(if you got them with your version)are very difficult to understand and I have been sewing for 40 years. When I contacted Hoopsisters for advice on the muslin requirement I got no response and to this day have not had my question answered. I would coment that there customer service is not up to par...Best of luck to you.
Winifred MacLennan (Submitted on 30th Apr 2012)
I would of called the quilt Wind Mill because it goes in so many directions
JoAn Dean (Submitted on 27th Apr 2012)
Was fun to watch it to come together. enjoyed doing it and also enjoyed the 2011 mystery quilt. and the Goose tracks