One of these things is not like the others... Remember that old Sesame Street song? Now, applying your keen powers of differentiation, can you tell what about the bottom row in my Hands2Help quilt is not like the others?
Actually, there are two things, but I'm talking about the one thing that I will probably have to unsew/fix. I say "probably" because it doesn't bug me all that much, and I kind of like the way it affects the outside edge.
Did you find it? The part that may require a seam ripper is that I have the horizontal rails upside down in the last row.
So tell me, what would you do? Leave it or fix it? I'm just curious.
You may also have noticed that I'm using a solid red versus a print in the bottom row. That's because I ran out of one of the red print fabrics, which I figured I might, but I'm okay with that. It's actually even less noticeable in natural light, without the camera flash. And I might even reshuffle the blocks so it's more scrappy overall and less obvious than a whole row of a different fabric. I'll play with that idea. Of course if I do that, I'll definitely fix those blocks first.
I didn't keep up with my 15 Minute Challenge chart this past week, but I have spent quite a bit of time in the sewing room on this particular quilt top, and I am happy with the progress made on it.
On a sad note, my former neighbor, for whom I made this quilt a couple months ago, lost her battle with cancer on Tuesday.
Dad had stopped in to see her on Monday, and she was sleeping but did rouse to say a few words. She had the quilt over her. It is good to know it provided some comfort to her in her final days.