I was cleaning my sewing room last night and all of a sudden for some reason my Robyn Pandolf fabric flew off the shelf and said "It is my turn!" So I decided to use it to make my quilt. I cleaned my sewing machine and I was having a sewing frenzy when I realized I was 4 squares to short! So back to cutting. I then got the nifty idea to square my squares up, so to the calculator I went: 12.5 finished square divided by 5 blocks...hmmmmmm 2.5 inches! so away I went to trimming! Then in a flash it dawned on my: You idiot! It should be 2 7/8! O MY GOSH! so back to the cutting area I went. Re squared those HST up only to then realize I had sewn 2 of those wrong sides together! Well, This should be one fine quilt! I decided to show case my mistake and put those two wrong side fabrics right smack dab in the middle, so it looks like I intentionally did it....rofl.
I already got the mistakes out of the way and it's smooth sailing from here on out.