This could be hard to believe....
I spent a couple hours giving thought to a fabric I had for an embroidered quilt. There are 14 blocks. I choose a cream with faded red dots for the background. Then, a few days later, I had a change of heart and decided to go with a cream with a slightly darker brown stripe. Sunday I got busy cutting and tracing the design. As I did one of the last marks for the pattern, I realized I had used the WRONG fabric. I couldn't decide whether to cry or laugh. What I did use to trace the squares will be fine. The quilt will be adorable. I will love it. Will I remember that it was the wrong fabric every time I look at it????
I am planning on using dark blues, reds, greens and browns for the pieces around the embroidered blocks. I have quite a few 1800 reproduction fabrics and Thimbleberries that will work just fine for this little project.
So, if you used the wrong fabric, what would you do? Start over, use what you traced?