Sunday Stash December 11, 2022

No change in the numbers.

I have the main body of the pinwheel quilt sewn into halves.

It needs borders, more on the top and bottom and less on the sides. A cutting mistake in the coping strips provided a new design opportunity.

Now that I look at the picture, I see one of the blue pinwheels is turned the wrong way. Should I fix it or leave it?

Fabric In: 13 3/8 yards

Fabric Out: 12 yards

Net Fabric In: 1 3/8 yards

How did you do this week?

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14 Responses to Sunday Stash December 11, 2022

  1. Julie Kennedy says:

    The pinwheels quilt looks great! I really had to search hard to find the block that was turned, so I wouldn’t worry about changing it unless it is going to bother you too much.

  2. Laura Kate says:

    It took me a long time to spot it. I say, if it bothers you, fix it. Just know that 90% of viewers likely will not even notice, especially when the quilt is in use.

  3. I think the quilt looks great, and like Laura, I had to really search for it to see the mistake. I agree with her that you should fix it only if you want to, I don’t think many would notice it in the finished quilt. Hope you have a good week!

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  5. Mia is mine says:

    This quilt is coming out awesome! I love it – a new design opportunity! Cute! I’d leave the square as is – didn’t even notice it until I read about it! 😊

  6. Your quilt is progressing nicely! Cutting mistakes can always be used to our advantage. Finding your flipped block wasn’t easy, but I’d leave it as it does add some interest to a fun quilt design 😉

  7. Kate says:

    The turned block is hard to find, so I would leave it. Congrats on all the stitching time last week.

  8. Susan Nixon says:

    I hope it didn’t bother you enough to fix it. Even knowing it was blue, I never could find a turned one.

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