Did you ever have one of THOSE days? I've had several. I didn't realize it at the time I was working on all of those flowers for the Hugs and Kisses quilt, but I did the wrong flower for the sashing cornerstones. I made the small flower instead of the larger one.
But wait! It gets worse!
Forging ahead, I made the larger flower for the border, thinking it would work. I also used the wrong fabric since the border flowers should be dark blue. Ha! look at this photo. I think it looks a bit like staring eyes or boobs, or boobs staring at you. I don't want a whole quilt of this mistake staring at me *smile*. But I also don't want to remove the cornerstone flowers and put the larger ones on and THEN remake the ones for the border.
It's design decision time. What is inherently bothering me about this is the close proximity of the same shape repeated over and over. After playing with several different elements and fabrics, I have decided to add three teardrop shaped leaves (two big one small) that are used elsewhere in the quilt in the bright green fabric. It removes the boob looking thing and also changes the color.
The next time you see this quilt, it will be a completed top ready for quilting. Now the quilting is a whole 'nother thing.