It didn't work. It wasn't until I took the pieces to the sewing machine, that I noticed many of the pesky cornerstones were turned the wrong way. And when one was turned, the whole row was wrong. This makes a strong case for webbing the quilt together in smaller chunks.
It's still hard to tell, but, I think I am going to like it.
Even though I didn't finish the mystery quilts, I did start the new mystery - Good fortune. Who could resist tiny 4 patches.
I am linking to:
Silly Mama WIP
Who could resist indeed?!?! Not me, that's for sure! LOLReplyDelete
Great job on the very complex Orca Bay!
Oh My Goodness!!!ReplyDelete
your quilt is fabulous!!!
thanks so much for linking up!
Ocra Bay is a beauty! There's so much going on in the quilt it was hard to find the errors. Fixed or not it's gonna be a winner!ReplyDelete
I've decided to join in on the mystery this year....just started today!ReplyDelete
Wow! This quilt is amazing! I'm struggling to find the error you describe. Maybe that's part of the mystery...ReplyDelete