In my head I hear the Quilt Police, "Measure twice, cut once", "tut, tut fudging is bad" and such like. But sometimes it is all you can do (other than making a brand new block). Sometimes the fabric has ran out, or you only have that one little piece left and there is no other option but to fudge!
Am I alone? Do others do this?? Is this just my quilty little secret? I swear it seldom happens, honest! Do you have any other quilty secrets of things the imaginary Quilt Police would "tut tut" loudly at? Come on it's truth time! Lets be honest quilters who strive for excellent workmanship but who are not afraid to admit mistakes and weaknesses! Sometimes the interwebs and magazines can give the impression that everything we make and do is awesome and perfect. Well it's not and guess what? Neither should it be because it's handmade!
Please share! It will make me feel better for any fudging that goes on in future.