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Thread: Why when you are finished are your mistakes so visible

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    Very pretty, only God is perfect.

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    I would not have noticed it if you hadn't pointed it out. It is very pretty. So, it was meant to be that way.

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    Looks as if you did that on purpose. Just don't tell anyone it is a mistake.

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    Beautiful quilt! I thought the pattern was supposed to be this way! It looks planned :D:D:D

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    I like it just like it is.

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    I thought it was suppose to be that way.

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    It's suppose to be that way. That way you know which is up and which is down and you know what? It's absolutely lovely! Great job!

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    I had to look and look and look before I found your goof. It looks just fine the way it is...like you meant it to be that way!
    On another note...your quilt is beautiful!

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    I think it is supposed to look like that! Great job! So pretty!

    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I really had to search to find the "mistake" Let's just call it a design variation.

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    Isn't it SUPPOSED to look like that? It is beautiful!

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    That shows which side is the bottom. Supposed to be that way. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCL in FL
    Thanks for the kind words, it just amazes me that I could look at it so much and not see it.
    Join the club! I'm sure we've all done something similar. Regardless, you did a beautiful job!

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    Your quilt is lovely. You haven't made any mistake; just being creative and putting a personal twist on your design. Very nice indeed!

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    I LIKE IT THE WAY IT IS

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    I LIKE IT THE WAY IT IS

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    It's beautiful, let's call it a design element/technique. :-) :thumbup:

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    I made quilt and didn't see that one of the log cabin blocks
    was turned the wrong way.
    Here's the link to the quilt.

    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...45965719DlMMXA

    Its still a beautiful quilt, but oh well. :oops:

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    Beautiful quilt.

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    It is not and error. As my quilt teacher says, it is a design decision.

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    I wouldn't beat yourself up over it. It looks great just the way it is. Great job!

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    Never would have noticed it if you hadn't called my attention to it. It's beautiful.

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    It is beautiful, even with the little slip. Great job.

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    You sure make pretty mistakes!!

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    It took me a long time to see where you changed the pattern.... you intended it that way, and it adds interest to a beautifully done quilt!

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