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Thread: How a small miscalculation grows

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    emptyshellamy's Avatar
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    Oops, 2 hrs of fabric waste, lol. See my pins pointing to the boo-boo? 1/4" off on the left, 1" off on the right just out of the frame. Gotta redo all of my horizontal sashing but not tonight, I think I'm too tired to be piecing, I had to rip 3 times already sewing wrong sides together :roll: Glad it's just a baby size quilt.
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    Super Member DogHouseMom's Avatar
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    I hate when math happens.

    Looks like its going to be pretty though!

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    Super Member C.Cal Quilt Girl's Avatar
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    Been there done that and called it ##%^&!! then ripped and tried it again, once it looked like it was supose to be there and I left it! looked ok in the end :)

    Good luck looks nice w/Color combos.

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    Senior Member Wholeheart Mom's Avatar
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    Frustrating ain't it! It will be well worth the effort though. That is going to be one beautiful quilt when you are done!

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    Maybe the quilt elves will fix it while you sleep.

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    I hate when that happens. That is gorgeous, btw. What fabric line is that?

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    Its going to be a beauty!

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