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!


2 comments:

  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!

    ReplyDelete
  2. In modernity, most RMA requests are completed through the Internet, so having the ability
    to process RMAs has become reviews a crucial aspect of the tech world. Upon receiving the
    initial request, the representative, aided by the help of reverse logistics technology.
    become reviews

    ReplyDelete