I've already played one round of the game "if you can find it, you can fix it". I picked out this whole section of echo and re-marked it and did it again. And, there were some broken threads I fixed and other small things that stood out as I've gone over the quilt. There are still a ton of things wrong, and if I can find them, I will fix them. But, the beauty of that much quilting is that you can't really see the mistakes. It's based on the theory that if you can see the mistakes, there's not enough quilting. I've long held that belief.
Unfortunately, these blocks, cute as they are, were flawed. And, I knew that when I finished them. And, that was most of the reason I decided to put this much quilting in...well, and because it's a challenge.
And, I do love a challenge. The quilting almost completely hides the pre-printed quilting lines that were marked on the blocks, and I'm afraid they've become permanent because of ironing and time. And, I couldn't use them as a quilting guide because the blocks themselves had become distorted and the quilting lines didn't end up in the same places relative to one another after squaring.
And, quilting like this keeps me busy and distracted. And, that's always good. That's why I keep multiple projects going at a time. I always have something distracting to pull out and play with.
Everybody have a great day! Tomorrow is Friday and I am looking forward to it. Who knows, maybe the leader of the US can get through today without offending anybody.
I crack me up.