I trimmed it up all around the outside, and little bit on the inside on the right! Left the rest of it in and it really came out nice. It looked rather misty after I got rid of all the straight and jagged edges of the stablisler. I wore it last night to a party and everyone asked about it. Got tons of compliments. I didn't tell anyone what I had done!
What a shame...beautiful design, beautifully sewn...good luck with the fix...
Oh, I can imagine how you felt when realizing your error. It may be salvageable with a little - or maybe a lot- of patience. I enjoy Urban Threads designs too.
It's a shame when we make these kind of mistakes, but a lesson well learned can turn into a blessing.. I like Carolyn's idea if trimming doesn't work
Lesson learned. They say we all make many mistakes in life if not then we're not learning. I really appreciate that you showed us your mistake because, you're teaching us not to do the same. It sure is beautiful stitching though.
I've sure have learned a lot!
We all do things that can go awry, it is a very pretty design!
A lovely design and great stitching. I would also cut away as much stabilizer as possible and see how it looks and then decide.
I would make another one and sew it on top of this with some fancy stitches from your sewing machine around the square or oval or whatever shape you like .That would really make it extra special. hugs
Good idea Carolyn
Gorgeous design and stitching!
Very pretty design........ I wish you well on fix.
Good luck with sorting this out. Bet you were very cross when you found out what you had done. If it were mine I think I would cut out as much as possible then embroider the design again a time or two so it overlaps in different colours.
It's a beautiful design, I hope all goes well for you :)
I feel so bad for you - been there! - done that! It is so pretty, I hope you can save it.
What I do now is test a little bit of the stabilizer by cutting it off and spraying it with water before I put it on the project. Good Luck Dee.