If you're wondering about the quilt or diaper bag, I did buy the fabrics (Joel Dewberry Tossed Flowers in Carmel plus two others) but it looks now like it's not going to happen for a while. The quilting is going to take for-ev-er because my little machine just can't handle it. I am actually incredibly frustrated with it because the tension keep re-adjusting itself so one line will look great and the next looks horrible. I am not really sure what to do. I've stitched close to 1/3 of the the quilt and am wondering if it wouldn't be better to just rip all the stitches out (gently, of course) and send it to a professional. This is more maddening than discouraging. I hate ripping stitches/seams because it just feels like the hours I spent on those were totally wasted, and I don't want to have a bunch of holes all over the quilt when it's finished. At the same time I really don't want to gift a quilt that falls apart after the second washing. Any advice or thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated.
**Update: I decided I'm sending this off to be quilted by a pro. Chris at the CottonPig is offering a great promo this month!**
I'm linking up with Fabric Tuesday today! If you have some extra time, it's really fun to check out some of the other projects being worked on!