You are very brave to do that to all that hard work.
Gutsy move. Too bad it didn't work out for you. What about cutting it up for fabric ATC's or postcards?
Usually I would say that you have nothing to lose so keep working at it. But sometimes you really hate a project (or I do anyway) and it's a better feeling to just throw it in the trash! So, I say if throwing it out makes you happy then that's what you should do. The first time I gave myself permission to trash a project it was a wonderful feeling!
I think that cutting it up and applying it to or mixing it with another fabric might still do some good.. It does look a bit military/camoflage-ish at the moment But maybe you have had enough of it anyway.
I rather liked it with the white paint.Personally I think it's the dark colours that are the problem.But like people have said-you have nothing to lose whatever you do.***Just had an idea @@@--if you are going to toss it out in the end why not spray some bleach over it and see what happens.
I understand the feeling you're having but I'd go for more experimenting like Doreen suggested. Perhaps put it away for a few months and see what inspirations hit you when you look at it again. I'd try cutting it up and adding another color in grid pattern. But if you've decided, then farewell quilt!
you know I say that if it feels like you've done all you can and you're ready to let it go then go for it!
Don't trash it! Save it for something later on, eventually it will inspire you - I like the comment obout ATC's or postcards. No creative endeavor is ever waisted time:)
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