According to your standards or by what you read in magazines and books? Is the matching of points and seams important? The embellishing? The colors? The flatness or puffiness? Do you follow the "rules" or do it your way?
It doesn't matter whether it's a quilt, doll, handbag, jacket, or potholder, I seem to judge the same way. I want it all the way I want it, the way I would make it. I don't want to give it away or use it with that glaring error taunting me.
My question is: for all of what your expectations are, if there was one thing, just one, that was not appealing but really insignificant, would you still purchase it / give it away or would you not purchase it / rip it out and fix it?