This is probably my oldest work in progress, draped over my design board. Started and pieced very quickly just before Christmas - 2006 that was! Speedy top because the blocks are stupidly large. I started to quilt it that same weekend, early on in my machine quilting career. You can tell it was early on because it is thread basted something I never do now. The front is fine but the back has these little lines around all the curves. (Hard to photograph!)It has been abandoned in disgust since - hence the creases as it has been bundled up.
I have since found that my friend Lesley also has a Janome Memory Craft and was getting the same effect on spirals. Anyone with a Janome have a solution?
So what do I do with this?
(a) ignore flaws, finish and give away? (But why would anyone else want something that's not good enought for me?)
(b) unpick the bad curves and finish ( but I am likely to get the same result)
(c) unpick and start again with a new quilting pattern
(d) Creep out of the house in the dead of night and shove it in a neighbours bin.