Wednesday, June 13, 2018

When Is More Too Much?

I just found this picture of a quilt I showed you recently.
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You’ve got to know when to hold em,
Know when to fold em,
Know when to walk away
and know when to run!

Yes, I needed to RUN away and delete the lower part of this piece I was working on.

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So I just took my rotary cutter and made a large gestural cut to eliminate that lower part and I had a wonderful work of art.

Just because I had spent time adding that was NO REASON to keep it when it spoiled what I had created.
I still have the part I cut off and I tried to do something with it. I cut it into smaller pieces and so far it still failed!


Tami Von Zalez said...

I can so relate - but if you are going to take chances, you will experience failure. Sometimes I like to push the fabric envelope and this year it paid off, I have a fabric wall hanging that has earned an honorable mention in the 2018 California State Fair and will be on exhibition next month.

Robbie said...

You have such a good eye for design(s)!!!!