ta-dah deja vu

i fixed the build out on the one shirt i didn't like. it was the first one i cut and started sewing, so it's understandable that it wouldn't look right.

 the difference is almost not noticeable when you see the before and after next to each other, but i think it makes a huge difference and is much better. now to finalize the inner border options. i have some fabric on order that i'm waiting to see what it looks like before i decide.

okay, i promise to shut up about this quilt now....

14 comments:

  1. Perfect! The added geese and pinwheels look great...

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  2. Much, much better. It fits in perfectly with the rest of them. Looking forward to seeing what you will do with the borders.

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  3. I like the new additions -much scrappier!

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  4. It isn't a big change but it sure made a big difference. It looks great.

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  5. I see it....yep, the fix is good. You are inspiring me to get my two started at least. Looks great.

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  6. It is a good change, I like that you changed the side so the pieced section on that one is not next to the pieced section on the one to the right, but rather the plain strip on the left. Thanks for the reply the other day - lots of good tips. I may be brave enough to try it armed with that information.

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  7. Took me a while to find it but it makes a big difference.

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  8. It's just as great as the first one. You have a "good eye" for how things should look and I never tire of seeing your quilty pictures or the process of getting there. I do enjoy your blog and look forward to your posts.

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  9. looks a lot better.. loving the whole effect... I have a bunch of t-shirts I need to do into a quilt...

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  10. Wow! This looks fantastic! I'm very impressed ;)

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  11. Really nice! 'Nuf said!

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  12. I like it much better. It's amazing how a little change makes such a big difference. If you had left it, no one would have thought it looked wrong, but now that it's changed, you can see it looks better.

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  13. Just like a kid's 'spot the difference' puzzle!! When you find the change you realise that while it looked terrific the first way it does look more dynamic the second. Cheers, Karen.

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  14. Ditto!! of quilted charm's post..

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