Tuesday, August 30, 2016

It's Okay to Change Your Mind

I'm so glad that this worked out!  It's done, every row has been finished with stitch in the ditch (SID) and I've tidied up the edges.  I learned a lot with this quilt. 








 I know that next time I spend this much time on a quilt, I want it perfect before I start, so if I decide to show it, I can.  I also learned that I will do all my SID with Superior's monopoly rather than thick Omni.  What was I thinking??  Haha!  

My daughter learned that she will speak up next time and suggest I go a different route if she thinks something isn't quite right.  The S.  She knew it was going to get lost, and make it look a bit off, but didn't say anything.  Didn't want to hurt my feelings, I think.  I wished she would have!  It would have saved a lot of time.  



Oh well!  It's done now and I've already forgotten the pain.  

Thanks for looking!!

9 comments:

What Comes Next? said...

It turned out beautifully Mary!

Sharon Massena said...

It's beautiful and I hope you are entering this in a show.

Linda said...

Your quilt is just awesome! I sure hope you are entering this quilt in a show!! A winner for sure!

Patsy said...

Absolutely fabulous quilting! Thanks for sharing your photos.

Mary said...

Thank you, Sharon. I hope you get my reply as you're a no-reply blogger, and as such, I can't reply by email. You have to change settings on your blog account.

Mary said...

Thank you, Linda. I hope you get my reply as you're a no-reply blogger, and as such, I can't reply by email. You have to change settings on your blog account.

Mary said...

Thank you, Patsy. I hope you get my reply as you're a no-reply blogger, and as such, I can't reply by email. You have to change settings on your blog account.

Jen said...

I think this turned out lovely. I went back to your "problem" post and I thought it looked good there too. But I know that feeling when you just aren't happy about something you tried. Oh do I know it...
But, lesson learned. Don't give up. Keep experimenting because there is nothing like the feeling of taking a risk and succeeding. :)

Tiffany said...

Oh my word, it's amazing. I love it. The colors, the different chevron widths, and the quilting is incredible.

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