Saturday, June 13, 2015

A New, Happy Day!

Here's a throw back photo. This was taken exactly two years ago today, on the way home from Cooper's first trip to the vet and a trip to the local farmer's market. Tired little sweetie...

Thanks for all your condolences and sympathy over my Odyssey quilt. A few of you were confused about my explanation. I got the following comment which describes the situation very well:

"Do you mean you want to rotate the medallion like 10-20 degrees so spokes are going exactly diagonally to 2 of the 4 corners of the quilt? Oh, honey, that really is a lot of undoing and redoing! I know what you mean about wanting to make it perfect and how much a mistake only you can see can haunt you. I have at least one of those in every project I make! IMHO you should leave it because it is truly stunning either way. But I know it will haunt you if you do. So, good luck and Godspeed! My heart breaks for you!"

Yes. She definitely understands my pain...

Have I started the undoing? NO. I decided to wait a couple of days to make sure I was calm and not freaking out any longer. Today is a new day. I'm calm. I'm okay. I'm ready.

Let the fixing begin!


  1. Hi. Would you consider leaving it as is and adding around it (print, hexies, etc) like square in a square so it sits on point? Best wishes!

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