One of These is NOT Like The Other
My beautiful, bordered flower-square in a square has five tiny squares at its base. Those squares are each a snippet of strips. I don’t like working with small pieces, which is partly why I choose to work with this pattern. It has a bazillion “out of my comfort zone” elements that I need to tackle.
Have you found my mistake? Apparently “right-side-up” is also an element I need to add to my skill set. As I’ve mentioned before, all these strips run through the quilt from top to bottom and they are supposed to line up. I’ve barely started and I’m already having trouble keeping them in order.
I am also struggling with those tiny pieces. I don’t “seam” straight. It is a good thing this is a scrappy quilt. The wildness of the design will help camouflage my wobbles.
Section One, Part C, challenged me.
I see it now. Too bad. But it could just be another quirk of this quilt. Anything goes. I’m loving the entire thing.
Nathalie, thank you. I am thinking that you and I and Amoeba are the only ones who really like it. Several others look at it the way people gawk at train wrecks.
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