Here are two more reasons I'm going to start being 1-WIP-Girl.
Having multiple WIPS has caused me to want to rush to finish them, which has caused my quality of work to go down. My wall-hanging is all cock-eyed because I was rushing to finish. I know the piecing was cut and sewn accurately, but the trouble came in the quilting of the border which was a result of not basting the border well.
Also, while quilting granddaughter's quilt, I had to do some seam ripping. Again, I was rushing through this and cut into the border 3 times! I've since patched up the cuts, but I did learn a valuable lesson. Haste makes waste...and mistakes.
Now that these are finished, I can start on basting and quilting 1 of the 4 other quilt tops I have done.
I will not rush through anymore projects. It sucks having spent so much time working on something and then messing it up in the end. =(
A Thread for Life
Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, certain that God is appealing through us. We plead on Christ’s behalf, “Be reconciled to God.” 2 Cor. 5:20 HCSB