My Quilt Guild is having a Show soon and has asked members to donate things for a Silent Auction. I made a Lap Quilt and had my LAQ quilt it because I wanted it to look "good" if you know what I mean.
The rules state that all Silent Auction items will start at a minimum bid of $20. If the item doesn't sell; you may do one of two things. Donate it as a comfort quilt for some community group or "buy it back for $10".
I was shocked that after buying fabric and quilting that if my lap quilt doesn't sell, I actually had to "buy" it back. It is a basic quilt, just rail fence, and I'm afraid no one might bid on it. Am I being particularly sensitive to disagree with the policy of having to buy it back? (because if it didn't sell, I would want it back--had I known the "rules" I probably wouldn't have made it)