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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.
That is adorable. Glad you brought it out to see the light of day.
I really didn't need it but I just couldn't leave it in the shop! I kept looking at the box. Yesterday Bob was in the mood to get something done so I asked him to hang it.
It is cute, I was given one several Christmas's ago, it also remained in the box for a couple of years.
How big would you make the letters?
I want to make a wallhanging from a quote I found, it would be five lines, the longest line would be 25 (type count) words. I always seem to make original artwork to big, so would like some thoughts on how big you would make the letters.