I was working on finishing the top of my snowball quilt tonight. I had just finished ironing the last bit of the second border when I realized that I had totally screwed up!!! One row of my snowballs was perfectly wrong! The green snowballs were aligned with the green, and the cream snowballs with the cream. How in the world did I not notice that before?? I had spent time working on it, but obviously paid NO attention.
I knew immediately that I would not be able to live with such a major flaw, so I decided to fix it. I figured I could take out a row, make another cream block to add to the row, and carefully piece it back together. I proceeded to rip out an entire row. It wasn't until I had ripped out the row that I realized that I had ripped out the WRONG row!! Ahhhh how did I do that? Am I totally loosing my brain? I then had to rip out the correct row. Then I began to rip out the end block of the row that needed fixing, and I started ripping out the wrong block... seriously... what is wrong with me?
Needless to say, I am done in for tonight. Sewing it all back together will need to wait for another day. Tomorrow maybe?