I chortle in my joy!
I just finished sewing my first non-mini quilt top! I"m happily chortling in my joy. I should be cleaning up this mess of a house, but needed a break, so I finished up the top.
Is it perfect? What, are you kidding? I'm glad that it all sort of came together and that I mismatched only about 6 points. Nope, I'm not redoing those points. It is what it is. I've given up perfection.
But it's good enough. Indeed, it's more than good enough. Needs a bit of better pressing, that's for sure. And if you look towards the bottom, some of those long rectangular blocks seemed skewed. I think that's the pressing. And you can see this horizontal line just toward the bottom, but that's pressing, I'm pretty sure. Anyhow, when it's quilted, all the quilting will take care of the wonkiness. Not that I have any idea on how to quilt it. This much I know: I'm hand doing it. Or else sending it out.
There. See the wonkiness? Oh, don't look. Just enjoy the frabjousness of it all.
Happy dance. Chortling with joy. Oh frabjous day, calloo, callay!
And now back to the mess. If I ever get this house straightened up, I'm so NOT ever going to let it get this bad again.
Chortle, chortle, gleeful chortle.
Thanks to Lewis Carroll for Jabberwocky. 'Twas brillig and I sewed a quilt top.
merrilymarylee - I'm still chortling, although now I'm finding a lot more messiness, or wonkieness
Scrabblequeen - Calloo, Callay! What should I do next? Decisions!
CarolynJean - It was a "mimsy" moment.
scrapperjen - Thanks. I saw a d9p done so that you didn't have to match any points at all. That is now on my to-do list.