I see more obviously the side setting triangles and ...
... corner triangles that don't line up.
This is the first quilt I set on-point -- made about 7 or so years ago. Somehow, I think this will be a bear to quilt. Even so, I'm eager to get it layered (though I still have to choose a backing) so I can have something to quilt. I'm at loose ends with nothing to do with my hands when I'm sitting talking to my husband or watching TV.
Do you ever look at your earlier, unquilted tops and decide to make changes to them?
I'm linking this post to WOW = WIPs on Wednesday at Esther's Blog and to W.i.P. Wednesday at Freshly Pieced. Thank you, ladies, for hosting.
P.S. I'm just remembering that this quilt was inspired by a series of quilts by Nadi Lane called "She Did the Best She Could." Maybe (maybe?) I should just take the title as a lesson and leave the quilt alone. Maybe she had a challenge with the triangles, too.