Of course, I am not a well-known quilter, but that is what happened to me. My blue quilt has been known as the "Snowflake" quilt since its' start as a thought. Well, as I was quilting one of my outside borders, my quilt got a new name.
"Snowflakes and Daisies"
What? It is really quite simple. I decided to do a "loops and snowflake" meandering in a couple of the outside borders. But, after I quilted the first snowflake--I looked and it was definitely a daisy.
Well, truth be known, I was too lazy to rip it out so I just continued to make loops and daisies. Therefore, my quilt was renamed.
Now, if I was quilting this to give to someone, I would have taken the stitches out. But since I will keep it myself (or maybe give it to Craig), I wasn't worried about it and continued to make daisies.
So what do you think? Do you think mistakes often become really grand ideas?