The pinning of my king size quilt is Not Going Well.
It looks good:
But under that deceptively smooth top is a backing that came loose of its tape and developed a couple of large wrinkles in the middle of one side. I also think that the lack of tension means there will be a lot of puckers when the quilting starts.
I’m in denial, brainstorming solutions, because deep down, I know that the only workable answer is removing all the pins, taping it down better, and repinning. It took almost 3 hours to pin. My fingers are sore. I stayed at work on a dark and stormy night. It used every curved safety pin I own, each one of which I’ll have to unpin. I don’t want to do it all over again.
But I know I’m going to have to face it. It has to be redone.