It's ok - you can make fun of it. I even thought about making this like those challenges in the newspaper where you have to figure out all the little changes, only amend it to, can you figure out all the mistakes? I just wasn't on my game when I made this. The pink sections were actually two different sections in the pattern, but I changed it to one because there were just so many areas. Perhaps that is why the pink goes too far into the gray. Sigh. And I undercut the blue, so I just added a little piece and thought "awh, that will just get absorbed into a seam allowance somewhere". Nope, it's right in the center.
You just gotta laugh. In real life, I am organized, perfectionistic and won't accept anything less. I absolutely must be accurate. In quilting life, it's good enough. My friend January and I are exactly the opposite. She is easy going, calm, doesn't get worked up, but if a seam is 1/8" off, out comes the seam ripper....every....single....time! We laugh about how opposite we are but we are great friends and I knew she would get a kick of this...um.... situation.
It's not going to get redone because once it gets quilted, who's gonna be able to tell? And if you can, so what!
With that, I'm moving on to other April tasks :)