"An advice column is a column in a magazine or newspaper written by an advice columnist (colloquially known in British English as an agony aunt, or agony uncle if the columnist is a male). The image presented was originally of an older woman providing comforting advice and maternal wisdom, hence the name "aunt". An advice columnist can also be someone who gives advice to people who send in problems to the newspaper."
Today's question comes to us from Karen Linton (@savinggrc on Twitter). Karen scored the quilt top pictured above for only $15. What a steal! But now the burden for quilting it has fallen upon her shoulders. She would like your advice, dear readers, on how she should quilt this beauty.
Oh, but there's a catch -- the middle piece on each bow tie is three dimensional, meaning it's raised in a way that you can put your fingers underneath but not all the way through. You can see this a little bit better in the image below.
So who's up for the challenge? How would you advice Karen to best quilt this quilt? Have you quilted something similar to this? If so, be sure to share pictures -- we'd love to see them!