Well this past week has finally solved the guild's mystery quilt lay out problem. I finished my guild mystery quilt, squared it up and then received this correction.
Yes, the original layout given was not correct.The big question was do I fix the lay out. Well, I thought about it and came up with an absolutely NO! It would involve ripping out four rows, six blocks and I just am not going to do that. Once it is quilted I think it we look OK. Now, however, as I put this up on my blog I am having a great deal of misgivings. Not sure maybe I will fix it after all!To sooth my misgivings about his whole mystery delemi I decided to search through my UFO piles. I bought this kit while on a mini vacation in the spring of 2019. Yep, two years ago. Smart me for a change after this week's madness, all the needed supplies, thread, and even fusible interfacings and fleece are in with it in the storage container. I had cut out all the pieces and that was as far as I got before something else caught my eye. This seemed like a great thing to escape my creative problems.
The pattern calls for using vinyl for the pockets, I did modify that to this mesh instead. I happened to have the nice matching blue color and thought it would be fun to use it instead. The pattern calls for this tape to use when securing the vinyl to the zippers. I had never used this before. I am a huge fan! This was great stuff and a great solution when pins or even clips get in the way.All the pockets are on and the inside of the tool kit is complete. Yes, a bit fussy but the directions are absolutely right on. I am excited to finish it up.
My husband called to me to come out into the yard to see the pretty flowers we had growing. I called out and said pick a couple and put them in a vase. He said no come see. They are chive seed blossoms. Actually really pretty too. They will seed them selves and we have fresh chives growing all year long.