I have finished row 8 on Take 21 and it is time to do some major fixing as there's only two more rows to quilt.
Don't know if you can see the pencil line on the batting in an effort to cut it straight so I could add to it. It wasn't an easy task as everything is kind of warp by the pinning to the frame.
Tried to piece the batting but my back wanted nothing to do with this idea of working bent over while sitting on the floor...
... and I have such a loooooooooooong way to go still. What am I going to do?? I didn't want to remove the entire quilt from the frame as I don't think I would be able to pin it back. Since the layers are quilted together, pinning them back on could be quite a task because of the weight. Then I thought "How can I pin the batting to the frame when it is pieced so close to the edge? Won't it come undone when I roll it taut?" See, in this kind of quilting frame, the layers are not basted together. I didn't want to put the batting to the test. So I had no other choices but to remove it completely from the frame.
Hope your day was better than mine :)
Until next time...
;^) as crying never fixed anything anyway!
Linking up with Kathy for Slow Sunday Stitching.