Thursday, June 8, 2017

Spot The Mistake


I spread the blanket out on a table to make sure it's big enough before I start the edging, (it is) and left it there while I prepared breakfast. While I was eating breakfast, I glanced across at the blanket and a misaligned square leapt out at me! Oops.  Jack reckoned I should leave it to show the blanket wasn't made by a machine, but once I'd seen it, I knew it would bother me until I corrected it. It didn't take too long to sort out, that's it with a contrast thread attached.


18 comments:

  1. That was like a "where's Waldo" moment, glad you fixed it but my daughter would have said same thing your husband did πŸ˜„πŸ’ŸπŸ˜„

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  2. Jack's a funny guy! My husband would have said the same but like you, it would be the first thing I see or I would look for it each time. Your "patch" is very well done and worth your time, for peace of mind anyway!

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  3. Fabulous looking blanket even with one out of alignment!! :)
    You sure corrected it quickly!! :)

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  4. It looks GREAT and I would have changed it, too

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  5. Fabulous blanket, I think we would all have to sort out the mistake, well done on getting it redone.

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  6. It's a beautiful blanket. I'm glad the mistake didn't take too long to fix. The color scheme of the squares gives it a 3D effect from far away.

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  7. Dave never would have seen the mistake, but I would have had to correct it as well. The blanket is beautiful!

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  8. Ha, my husband would have said the same thing but it is much better once fixed. Lovely blanket

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  9. Husbands are so practical ;-P
    Of Course you needed to fix it - why can't they understand :-D
    But I shudder to think - what if this were tatting ?!!!

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    1. Mmm, I might have been more tempted to leave it!

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  10. Oh dear! I would have had to correct it also. Gorgeous Blanket Dear. <3

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  11. Your blanket looks fabulous Jane! Are you going to crochet an edging?

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  12. That is coming out so nicely. I have not crocheted a granny square in over 30 years, but now I am thinking about it after seeing your results. Probably too much tatting to do, though. Wonderful blanket. I agree that it would have been a challenge if tatted.

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  13. You did the right thing to fix the mistake, you would never have been happy with it.

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  14. Brilliant job on fixing the mistake! The blanket is gorgeous!

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