I have finished my second G.J. block…but look what I have done……can you see….
That’s it… I have sewn the bottom to the top or is it the top to the bottom…….LOL…..should I fix it???
take care Peg….:>)…..
Peg be a devil and leave it that way... Looks fine to me.....Cath's Blog Cath Ü
LOL. I did that to and didn't realise it until I had posted my finish, what a hoot! So far I haven't done the 'Upick' and you know what? I just might not either as what the heck - both of our blocks look good.hugsMiche'le
I think it looks perfect as an idividual block. What do you think it will look like overall when in the quilt? Personally, I love it and would leave it. (smile)
Michel'e did the same thing.......lol.....don't worry it will be individual.......
LOL, fancy that! At least you are not alone Peg! I honestly don't think it would change the overall look of the quilt that much, not so that 99.9% of peoplw would notice. Before you decide I would suggest having a look at the neighbouring blocks to see if leaving it like this will be a potential problem. Looks lovely!
I vote leave it as well! Now if it was the wrong way around and upside down, that would have been a completely different scenario. Looks great to me :)
eventually you are going to have a border on the bottom so now it just looks a bit naked :)
As a non GJ girl, I wouldn't have known...think I would leave it also.Jane.
Only if you want to! As I am a failure at following patterns, I probably would not even notice one that chose a different arrangement. Looks fabulous.
I vote leave it! Suzi-q has the answer.
Don't think it's going to really matter. The colours of your fabrics are beautiful.
Leave it Peg! Makes yours an individual.....
Peg, your Gardner's Journal quilt is just amazing! Beautiful work!I think if it were me, I'd switch the pieces back and put the top on top and the bottom on bottom -- but that is just me. You do what makes you happy with the project in the end.xo -E
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg