The current pattern I'm using = most irritating pattern ever
I don't know what I was thinking. I think the end result will look fine, but in this case, the end will certainly not justify the means. It was just way too much blind work.
Problem 1: There are so many random steps that there is no way to find any "work in progress" gratification. I'm the type of person who likes to see SOME sort of results along the way. This quilt had none of that. It's also a good way to make sure I'm not screwing everything up! When I got to the last step I had to take a deep breath and hope for the best!
When you're not a pro at using the rotary cutter it could turn out tragic. Notice the very small amount of tan left on the top piece compared to the bottom piece. Dang it for somehow starting to cut my piece on a slight curve...
Since that one pieced ended up narrow, it also ended up shorter. And now since I had placed all of my eggs in one basket I have no extra fabric left to fix it. :( If only I had been able to see my errors BEFORE I got to the last step.
The moral of the story: if you want a zig zag quilt pattern, use something like this.
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
That is some sparkling wine Shawn and I had to celebrate this big night in the wedding planning process. We signed a contract and officially have a date! Yay! May 23, 2008 is the big day! We'll be getting married and having the reception at Glen Oaks in Farmington Hills, MI.
P.S. Isn't that the cutest little bottle of sparkling wine ever?!