|Taken by my 4 year old son, hence the facial expression.|
I had to work out some kinks in making the corner pink ribbons (using this tutorial by Missouri Quilt Co), and that took a couple of days longer than I expected (due to having more cherries to deal with).
|A 60" star, designed to lay on top of a queen bed without hanging over.|
For the ribbons, I left off the final border and then figured out how to put them on point, but it ended up 3" too small, and thanks to some IG (I'm @quiltsnkids) suggestions I decided to just add sashing to the borders to get them up to the 15.5" blocks I need:
|One down, three to go!|
This evening everything was going great, until that last piece (laying on the quilt), which I did measure twice, ended up about 3/8" too short and I don't have enough Kona Oyster to just recut.
What do you do when you've cut something too short and don't have enough to recut the whole piece?