Friday, April 23, 2010
Now what? Help!
This morning I quilted one of the charity tops I spray basted yesterday. I found some binding in my binding scrap bag that I thinks matches well enough. I attached the binding to the front of the quilt then cut off the excess batting and backing. Usually I square up the quilt before attaching the binding, but for some reason I did the reverse today. Above you can see what happened! *&%$^)* I really don't want to rip that corner of binding off, cut out the boo-boo, piece in a new section of binding, then resew it to the quilt. Any other suggestions? Keep in mind, this is a charity quilt, not an heirloom, show quilt. I still like my charity quilts to be well constructed, but I don't want to spend a lot of extra time or expense on them.