Name of the flame.
We have had a lot of questions around here lately regarding descriptions of the different types of flame….notice that I said description and NOT definition.
I will do my best to clarify the descriptions, as I see it.
As with all things pertaining to Mother Nature.…there are no absolutes.
One can even have a conglomeration of different types of flame on a single top making their description a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious style of verbal exercise.
For this exercise, we will concentrate on the tops that are best described by a single definition.
I am going to generalize and speak in very broad strokes, to some degree.
We will not be speaking of Blister or Bird’s Eye, as I define those as figure and NOT flame.
TYPES OF FLAMES:
2) Ribbon Curl
4) Tiger Stripe
5) Pin Stripe
Where does quilt top figure in here (pun intended)? Probably in the depths df the flame, below "curl"!?
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