Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Something -

Told me to stop and check the layout - 
For my Mulberry 16-patch
After I webbed the rows - 
And before I sewed the columns together -  

Good thing I did -
Because the bottom two rows are upside down - 
Needless to say - 
Tomorrow will be spent "un-sewing" - 
And then "re-sewing" those two rows - 
Because I sew the blocks into columns as I go - 
I should be able to remove the bottom two blocks -
From each column - 

Reverse them - 

And then sew them back on - 

At least that's the plan - LOL - ;))

Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew - 


Julie Fukuda said...

That's interesting because I have had a run on upside down blocks lately. Of course, hand sewing is a bit easier to take out.

Barbara said...

It’s contagious. I discovered one upside down block in my monster king quilt in progress. But it’s SO scrappy that I decided to leave it. I’m counting on it looking just fine. Machine stitches made it easy to decide that!

Gene Black said...

My layouts have often "changed" while I was sewing them together. If I don't "hate it" then I just leave it. But I have been known to be cozy with Jack the Ripper.

Linda Swanekamp said...

Glad you caught it when you did. Sometimes, no matter how careful I am, I make major goofups that I can't figure out what happened. Makes me nuts. I hate ripping most of all, but I think you will be fine.


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