But first lets admire the pretty boy posing for his photo.
I bet your asking why I continued if it was sew bad.
Well, here's the story. This quilt is on my Guild's UFO list. As you can probably guess there is a goal to finish all your UFOs listed during the year. I started with 15 and this is my 8th completion.
I unpicked, rearranged and almost gave up and threw this quilt away, BUT then I thought, I won't get the credit if I throw this quilt away. And they never said the quilt had to be pretty or even well made.
So I continue all weekend and finished this homely quilt.
|This is it laying flat?|
So I unpicked a couple of rows and made new rings till I had a 5 by 4 DWR.
|Even the feathered border doesn't help this quilt.|
It may have helped a bit, but it didn't elevate all it's issues. But again, The camera is making it look good!
I'm going to keep this quilt as a reminder of what not to do and what pattern to avoid for the rest of my lifetime!
But I finished it and I do feel good about that. Even if it is an eyesore!
So I hope you are all feeling really good about your abilities right now. None of us are perfect and some of us can't do curves, in a quilt that is! I've got too many curves personally!
True confession from Paradise
Take care, Brandie