Thursday, June 6, 2013
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Today was a stitching day for me. I'm working on a sampler I designed and am having a ton of trouble getting the colors worked out. Specifically, I'm working on a house, didn't like the color I had used and decided to rip it out.
In the process of ripping, I accidentally cut the linen. MAN. It was a very small cut, maybe a quarter of an inch, perfectly vertical in the design. So, rather than start over, I decided to try to fudge it. Here are the results:
This first shot was without a flash and extremely close. It's pouring down rain here today, so my light isn't good. But, I'm sure you can see my accident.
Below is a shot with the flash:
Lousy photo, but you can see my mistake clearly.
What would you do? Would you start over? Once I finish this house, the sampler is done. Of course! I've stitched every other part. I'm thinking I could fix the mistake in Photo Shop so no one would ever know by looking at the cover of the chart. Trunk shows could be an issue though.
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