So.... last night I decided it would be a good idea to see how things were going to look on the quilt for my bed. I've gotten all 56 blocks made, started in on the sashing, and making good progress.... so here's the first 2 rows... and my shoe.
And then I put down the third row.... and thought "oh, it's upside down!"
So I turned it over. And thought "what the...?"
Yep, that's right. I put the sashing on sideways. On about... 16 blocks. Well, crap.
So now I have to answer the question---make it work or rip it out?
Here's basically what making it work (or "going with the mistake" as we would call it) would look like. Either way, I'll be adding more of the black sashing vertically between the columns.
Or if I go back and rip it out, the finished quilt will look more like this. Will still have vertical sashing added.
so what do you think? Go with it, or get out the seam ripper?