Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Uh Oh!

As I was saying in my last post, I'm hard at work on this quilt. I've almost finished quilting half of it.  This is the third quarter. I spent two days putting rows together and making and putting the border on. It wasn't until last night that I noticed the mistake in the rows! No matter how I change it, there's a fair bit of seam ripping to be done. I've been going with "controlled random" for the background squares. After re-arranging the rows, it will be more like true random!

Linking to Lee at Freshly Pieced WIP Wednesday

Do you make these crazy mistakes sometimes?

Till next time



  1. Yes! Sometimes it's easy to miss the bigger picture when you're concentrating on the smaller details.. I love this quilt; it's going to be fabulous!!

  2. I hate when this kind of thing happens! It can be a real spirit-buster. Hopefully it will work out just fine for you without too much heartache.

  3. I love it - and love your colors! I want to do a quilt in those colors.

  4. Ah sew rippers are a quilters best friend. Looks gorgeous and definitely worth ripping those seams to get it right.

  5. I looked at your photo and thought "Oh! I like the random two alike lined up instead of a symmetric pattern." Here I thought it was what you were intending all along, and I was enjoying it :-)


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