Old 09-29-2015, 05:30 AM
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That's a good point, I hadn't thought of that. I guess it depends what the mistake is... If it's an assembly error (definitely made a few of these), I'd want to know because it can change the overall design of the quilt. But if it's something technique-wise, I'd feel like I was being criticized. Seriously, who points out cut off points? That's not very nice, especially if someone is new to the hobby.

Originally Posted by toverly View Post
I try to never point out mistakes in someone else's project. Chances are, they know it. When I was first starting every project I showed my bee one particular person always pointed out my cut off points or empty binding. So I have a sensitivity to critiques. She always started, "I hate to be the devil's advocate but".... I stopped her by saying, "then don't be and walking away " But that is just my opinion
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