The blue Saratoga Lights top was loaded and I had already quilted one row and I noticed a block was turned wrong. You know those kinds of things bug the heck out of me but I figured . . it’s a donation quilt and I’m not taking it off the longarm, taking that block out and fixing it and then re-loading it. That would take me a couple of hours. So I finished it — without fixing the mistake Nancy, one of my blog readers, very nicely said “Is it me or is one of the sashing strips on backwards???” No, Nancy . . it wasn’t you! I thought about it and I said to myself . . I can’t let that quilt out of here with a block turned wrong so I ripped out the quilting in that section, took a part of the block off, replaced it, re-quilted that section and really . . I’m never doing that again!
If you see a mistake on this one, please don’t tell me! 🙂
I’ve added the horizontal sashing for the bear paw blocks.
Loose Change is loaded and I hope to quilt on it tonight. I might be changing my mind about the feathers . . not sure.