What would you do with it?
OK, I had made this scrap quilt, mostly tans, beiges and light blues, the top didn't look too bad although it wasn't one of my favorites. (I'm really drawn to lively colors right now.) Anyways, the top came out just right, no major flaws, colors in it sort of make it look vintage. Well, I was in a hurry and not ready to spend lots of money on it, so I went to Wally World and bought the low-loft poly cheap batting and I sewed a pieced backing to save money. What a HUGE mistake that batting was. I started doing a simple Serpentine Stitch channel quilting on it, did a few lines then looked on the back - that batting caused such horrible puckers on the back it looked like I quilted it stone drunk. Since I had resolved that I was not going to pick stitches out I just continued, it was so bad and so wonky that I had to cut some of the ends off because it had caused the backing to be so crooked for all the BAD, BAD puckers. Now what do I do with it? I actually bit the bullet and finished it and bound it (stitched down both sides on the machine, which I never do.) I mean the top still looks decent but the back - OMG.