As I was completing my traditional LARGE queen-size quilt top, I noticed something that didn't look quite right. There was a block in the last row that didn't look quite right. I thought, "How can that be?" I remembered that I had taken a picture of all the blocks I had put out on my studio floor. I had really checked them out to make sure they were laid out correctly. When I went back to really scrutinize the picture this is what I found.
I had labeled each block with the row number and position of the block in the row (something I usually do not do). It had gone together SO smoothly. How could this have happened? When I studied the error, I realized the block placement was correct; the block construction was the error. Luckily, the block wasn't in the center of the quilt; but, nonetheless, it would be a pain in the butt to take out. What do you think? Did I leave it this way and call it my "humility block" or did I take it out, take the block apart, remake the block, reposition it, and resew it into the row?