In smaller designs, it's usually fairly hard to cover a mistake, but in bigger ones like this, there's plenty of room for fudging. I don't think I've ever done a design, especially a larger one, without at least 1 mistake. Luckily, they're usually fairly small mistakes but they're still there and I'm usually the only one who knows about them so it's not a big deal.
I'm not afraid to admit I make mistakes. Just means I have to do another project and try to get it mistake-free, and if I fail at that, try another one and another one... and on it goes.
Last night I did a bit down the left side of the centre block and finished the Handcrafted text. Clarence has his monthly arthritis injection appointment at the Vet so I didn't get as much stitching time as usual. Tonight we are having friends over for dinner so I probably won't get any stitching time at all. And I think we're going to Aireys Inlet for the weekend and then next week I'm going to New Zealand (Auckland) for a theological library conference which I'm really looking forward to - it's the only conference I can go to that is all about exactly what I do every day. Looking forward to it very much.