Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Cleaning the Messy Sewing Room

I have decided that my sewing room has reached Critical Mess and needs to be thoroughly cleaned and neatened up.

Which is why I don't have much to post today, and no, I am not showing pictures. Well, I won a cute little camcorder last week and took a "Before" video. Maybe I will show you an "After" when it is nice and clean. But my son is coming over for dinner tonight, so it won't be tomorrow.

Here, though, is a design for a black and white bento box kitty quilt.And here is how it got sewn up. I do not know how it transformed itself so wildly.But I don't think I am going to take it apart. (I can hear Tonya cheering already!)

oh oh. I just figured out what I did wrong. Easy fix!

8 comments:

Clare said...

No - don't! Leave it as it is. I think it looks wonderful. Are you liberated or not!

Sarah said...

i don't see the mistake. i like it the way it is! leave it!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Don't change it!! I've been pondering a B&W Bento Box for a long time (see the slideshow in the sidebar of my blog)... your's looks wonderful!

Anonymous said...

It looks great, is it really for a cat? She won't care. Move on to more cleaning of the sewing room. I bet you find things you forgot you had. I always do. Usually the reason I clean my sewing room is that I'm looking for something I've lost. I hope that's not the case with you.

Lois

belinda said...

HEY.....i don't see anything wrong.....go with it!

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Lazy Gal Tonya said...

woohoo, for you!!! I can't even see what it is that you're thinking should be done over. very fun - leave it alone!

Millie said...

Yes, it will be for a cat.

No, I won't take it apart and re-sew it.

I had planned it so no block would be repeated in the same row or column. (Rather like a 4 x 4 Sudoku puzzle)

For those interested, the bottom left block should be rotated 180 degrees, and then those two blocks should switch places and be sewn to the OPPOSITE edge of the top two.

I think.