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Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3) said:
I would probably rebaste, worried that more problems are down the road if you don't.
Me too. After spending so much time working on all those little parts it would be better to just have a little session with Jack and move forward again from there.
And...........if you do decide to rebaste keep in mind that the floor is a great flat surface, you may need to move furniture out of the way but it would give you the flat surface you need. Back in the day I used my dinning room floor, moved all the furniture and mopped the floors. Then I would literally use masking tape to attach the piece to the floor so it was good and square. Do not tell me this is too much work, it is one solution that is all.
Ami_Quilts (sewingupasto) said:
if you do decide to rebaste keep in mind that the floor is a great flat surface
ugh. My back isn't as young as it used to be!
But, I'm seriously thinking of re-basting. ugh. Time to queue up another movie.
You've already invested so much time, I just hate for you to get impatient now and regret it. Easy for me to say.
Once I looked at it and saw it was skewed, I really knew what I was ultimately gonna do. I was resisting but I also know that I wouldn't be happy with the result if I left it that way. Drats. ugh.
some times it's good to talk it through.
Pirate (PIRATE_SR) said:
I'm seriously thinking of re-basting. ugh
Ahhhh! You are finally accepting the best solution.
This is off topic but I bought this clock at a little gift shop on the Southern California coast about 3 years ago. Finally had Bob hang it in my sewing room. It's so cute that I thought I'd share a picture of it with you. The scissors swing back and forth.