I was happily getting the hang of freemotion hooked swirls again and thinking I might get the quilt quilted this afternoon. My stitch length is not even, but overall the quilt looks good, I think.
Then I tried to smooth out the next section to quilt and couldn’t. Uh oh.
I didn’t, did I? Humbug! Yes, I did.
I failed to notice the side of the quilt sandwich sneaking under the quilt
and I sewed it to the back of the quilt. At least I noticed before too many more stitches were made, so I don’t have
too much reverse sewing to do!
So annoying...but your quilting does look good!ReplyDelete
I hate when that happens too! Glad you found it fairly early. Your quilting looks great! ~JeanneReplyDelete
Ugh, I hate that! But you quilting looks very nice so far. At least it's a short section to repair.ReplyDelete
Oh yeah--been there, done that! It seems like it always happens when things seem to be going especially smoothly--very suspicious--lol!ReplyDelete
I hope it didn't take too long to fix--the quilting looks awesome!
Yep, been there . . . done that and said a few choice words if memory serves. Your swirls look good, I don't attempt fancy quilting more. Off to the long armer!ReplyDelete
Oh, I did that very thing a couple of weeks ago on a crib quilt a friend asked if I could do for her in a hurry. First three sides I was so careful and all went well. Got too comfortable and did this very thing in three places along the last side. Arrgghh!!ReplyDelete
Do I know the feeling, I've had it happen to me...ughhhh Your quilting looks great though.ReplyDelete
I hate when that happens! Beautiful quilting.ReplyDelete
I've done that and hated it too! Yours will be a quick fix I'm sure. It's looking really good! ---"Love"ReplyDelete
Every now and the it happens, and it's so frustrating. It's always nice to know that you aren't the only one.ReplyDelete
So frustrating! I have done that too.ReplyDelete
Yup, totally hate it when that happens!! At least you noticed pretty quickly. . . I quilted about a foot square like that once. . . I feel your pain :) And yes, I've done it more than once. . . must be a lesson that I personally need to learn over and over again! LOLReplyDelete
Hello Canuck quilter. Thanks for sharing your Quilty missteps as well as your successes. I love to see what other Canadian quilters are doing.ReplyDelete
Thank goodness you caught the mistake early on. I do things like that all the time Joanne. Your swirls look wonderful!ReplyDelete