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Thread: After over three years, a mistake??

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    My mom always said, "You won't notice it on a galloping horse." So gallop away. That is a pretty quilt. I probably wouldn't have noticed if you hadn't pointed it out. Good luck. Applique covers many indiscretions.

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    why did you make me work so hard, finally found it, it is very nice

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    If it isn't quilted you can change it easily at this point. You don't have to take out a whole row, just the two blocks and a little of the seams to the blocks next to them. You will always be unhappy knowing it is there. When a quilt is a simpler looking design it is easier to find an error. It is so pretty and well worth your effort to correct the error. If it were an ugly quilt, I wouldn't bother, but this is so pretty.
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    I think that it is a lovely quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Yes, I see it but doubt I would have noticed f you had not said one was there. One time I made a small quilted wallhanging...it was the pineapple pattern. It had an off-white paisley in it. I made it, quilted it by hand, and did not notice that one piece of the paisley was wrong side out till a long time after I had bound it and put it away!

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    You can always make the section and just applique it over the oops and then quilt it and no one would be the wiser. Ask me how I know It's a beautiful quilt!
    Helen T.

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    It's a gorgeous quilt! It's a reminder to stay humble--even when you make totally stunning quilts---(which this is!)
    Jean

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    If you want to fix it, and you haven't quilted it yet I would say undo the upper corner and fix it. But it took you three years to see it and only you said it had a error. I cant prove it wasn't suppose to be that way in the first place.

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    I spotted it!! Its still pretty.
    Be the best that you can be at everything you do.

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    Yes because you told us to look for it

    the question is will you be happy if you leave it there

    only you can answer that

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