I started this quilt last summer at quilt Wyoming, in a class with Kathleen Moorhead Johnson. We had such a good time, and Kathy is such a great teacher. But I only got one block finished in class.
So I pulled it out to be my April UFO finish last weekend. I whipped all the blocks together in one day, then put them on the design wall.
And sewed them together wrong. Even using the Barb Shie Method, I managed to have the first two blocks in the first three rows turned the wrong way.
I tried to convince myself no one would notice. But I would notice, so I ripped them out and corrected my mistake.
Then sewed the middle two rows together wrong. Again!
See how the middle two rows both start with the dark quarter-square triangle in the upper right? Sigh.
One more try -- third time's the charm, right?
Thanks DH for being my quilt holder on this breezy day. It took about six shots to get one where the edges weren't flipped up.
Just a few more hours to comment on Monday's post for a chance to win the pattern for this quilt!
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