This quilt was an adventure. I found this great bundle of fabric and fell in love with a layout. I added in a few more, bought some solids and away I sewed!
It all started out well and good. A few corners weren't matching up as well as I had planned. I knew this would live on my bed so I wasn't all that concerned.
Then this happened. WTF!?! How in the world do you get so off track that you mess up this many rows?! I had 2 options. 1 - unpick the many wrong pieces and try again, or 2 - say well crap and fix what I thought was right in the first place. Path of least resistance you say? I'm sold!
The back didn't go so well either. (Why would it?)
There are puckers galore. I got in the zone of doing some quilting (while my little guide thing went all over the place) and didn't bother to look at the back.
ALWAYS CHECK YOUR BACKS!
I can giggle at it now, but at the time many a bad words were said.
I love it though. Is it the best, most perfect thing ever? Nope. Does it make me proud to say I pulled through and didn't
Plus, it makes the Hubs, aka quilt holder, look like the Chancellor from Star Wars.