BethDurand Posted August 7, 2006 Report Share Posted August 7, 2006 I hope I'm not the only person who has done this, and I'm sure I won't be the last. Last night I loaded a quilt, quilted 11 blocks in the ditch, and did a pantograph in the 12th. I was basting down the bottom of the quilt top when I realised that there wasn't enough fabric. First thought: Oh no, the customer didn't give me enough fabric for the backing! Second thought, and realization that I had messed up: Oh no! I've got the backing turned 90 degrees off! Imagine my joy at realising that I got to frog all of that lovely ditch stitching, and it was so pretty too! Watched a movie and ripped it all apart, and now I get to load again, and start all over. While pressing it again today I also noticed that one of the backing fabrics has a definite direction, which had also been off. Live and learn, I guess. Beth Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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