Well, last Sunday that kid came to mind. I took the panel out and began pinning it so that I could use my DSM to machine quilt it. I reasoned, "I'm much better at controlling the quilting with my DSM, as opposed to my longarm."
What that really meant was "I'm such a
As I started to safety pin the top, this voice in the back of my head said "Come on Carole, when are you going to be daring and just do it using Penelope?". Hum ..... so I took the safety pins out and began loading it on my longarm.
I nearly had a cardiac arrest! "Oh no, this isn't good". But, I decided to take this as a learning experience and did not take it out. I continued machine quilting the quilt.
Yes, there are some spots where I'm not following the line but, in the grand scheme of things, it's really not noticeable unless I point it out. Sometimes you just gotta do it, let it go and get it over with!
No roads are perfect, and I'm sure once
There you have it, the quilted panel! Notice any mistakes? lol
I learned a lot from this simple panel. Let it go Carole .... and just do it!
"Perfectionism is the voice of the oppressor" Anne Lammott, from Bird by Bird (p.93)
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