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Thread: Oh NO! Is it too late?

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    Junior Member Sharoni's Avatar
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    Dec 2009

    Oh NO! Is it too late?

    I am taking a Craftsy class of Thread Art with Lola Jenkins.
    I have really goofed up. I made the first quilt sandwich and the second quilt sandwich. The first was the top with the traced picture on interfacing and the back was the backing on fusible fleece. I stitched the outlines on the first quilt sandwich and remembered something about stitching out the background before coloring. So I did, but in the process I forgot to put the backing on before I stitched out the background. Now my picture is lumpy. Is it too late to attach the backing by going over the first stitched outline?
    I have trouble posting a question to Lola, so I came here for help. Does anyone know what I am talking about?
    Thanks in advance.
    Best Wishes

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    Senior Member Toni C's Avatar
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    Mar 2009
    Well IMHO I think if it's lumpy even putting the backing on now isn't going to make much of a difference. Can you start over again with another sandwich? If not go ahead and try what you were thinking. After all it's your project and you will learn. That's what we all take classes for, to learn, be they by mistakes or design opportunities ;-)

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