Let’s face the truth, I’ve messed it. I’m talking of the Skipping Stones quilt top.
After hours of careful piecing and redoing a few of the seams I had the finished rows on my design wall. Some of them went together quite well, others are significantly longer. No way to make them fit.
Dave the Muse, consulted for a solution, said ‘Bin it, unpick and resew it or make it into an art quilt.’
Binning is out of the question, of course. And I haven’t got any spare time for ripping and resewing as the next project is already calling my name. So art quilt it is.
Pulling every other row slightly to one side, I sewed the rows together, chopping off quite a couple of the matching points I was so proud of, but heck. That’s what the artist intended.