With another month gone by, I ended up once again with a little pile of petal samples from our Dimensional Flowers BOM Series, in addition to the other 3-D orphan flower samples I still have sitting around.
I certainly do not need more UFOs around here, so I decided to quickly put another little wall hanging together. I had a little quilted piece sitting around, too, that I had used to practice on my new sewing machine. Certainly not the best quilting ever, but still not worth throwing out either! And I recently saw a video on quilt binding where the quiltmaker simply tucked one end of the binding into the other end, so I thought I would try it out. This is what it looks like up close:
Hmmm… Needless to say, I don’t think I will be using that method in future. All in all, however, I can’t say I’m displeased with my little project. It’s far from perfect, but you know the saying: “Finished is better than perfect!”
Have you ever been in this situation before, where you have tried out a new method you haven’t liked in the end? What do you do? Rip it out, or let it be?