I have never professed to be a perfect quilter; in fact, I have been known to chop off corners, add coping strips or other short-cuts to cure inaccuracies or imperfections. That's just my style.
I just finished up the latest Cheddarback large block and put it on the design wall to take a picture and was somewhat disappointed to notice I made a mistake compared to what the original plan was.
So my question is whether you would fix the two little bears paws so that all 4 are the same or would you leave it as is? I'm not sure it'll be noticeable when the quilt is ultimately done; but the imperfect voice in me wonders if there's really a "right" way that has to control. I haven't decided yet...😆
I did finish this little block from the Moda Blockheads II that did turn out correctly. HAHA. I'm even happy with the curved piecing, which I am usually awful at!
When I was at the little Sunriver quilt show last weekend, I shopped in the guild's little booth and picked up this adorable apron made out of old jeans. I love it, especially because I have an old pair of jeans that wore out and I think this is the perfect us for them. Isn't this just adorable? It's also perfect, I think, because when I cook, I'm always wiping my hands on my thighs!
Maybe I will get a little sewing done this week. We are on our third week with our grandkids staying with us at our cabin. They are now ALL riding bikes (I am proud to say that I taught all of them!) and want to go bike riding all the time. It's the perfect place to do that because we have miles of paved bike paths through the area.
Life is good!! ;-)