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Thread: Another Rookie mistake, what would you have done.

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    Beautiful! I have this pattern and have it bookmarked in my magazine as "One to Do". Love it!

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    I would just chalk it up as a learning experience and not worry about it :D:D:D
    Your quilt is beautiful, you fixed the error, so what is next on your list? :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    I glue and sew fabric over mistakes all the time in my quilts. If I don't have a sharp point where it needs to be I make it sharp. If I cut off a point I add one.
    Thanks, Bella, that gives me hope. I found it almost totally disappeared with the fusible web fix, but was afraid washing might fray the cut line, so that is why I zigzaged the cut edge. Still have to look close to find it. But I know it is there. Rita

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    Can you post a close-up of the oops? Your quilt looks beautiful and I love the way you did the mitered borders - I've never done those, but they are a pain to keep square on the quilting frame!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster
    It looks beautiful here, can't see any mistake at all, so you surely didn't ruin the whole thing. And don't think that's a mistake that only rookies make either.
    ditto

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    Your quilt is beautiful and I am sure you are the only one that can see the error and what others don't know won't hurt them.

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    Looks great to me don't see any mistakes

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    I cannot see a thing. It is beautiful. You did good and you are mad at your self. Stop. It is OK

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    I don't see anything wrong, either. Looks good from here.

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    Lovely work for anyone, a newbie especially.Don't dwell on it...remember, perfect doesn't matter. It's a learning process,enjoy the journey.Very nice quilt.

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