Usually, when I sew blocks together, I lay them out first, then pick up all of the blocks in rows after flipping the second row onto the first one. I didn't do that with the Scrappy Double Irish Chain. It is only two blocks! I guess that would have been okay if I had gone ahead and made one stack of blocks rather that working from two.
However, I didn't. I took me until I got to the last row to see what I had done. I layed the quilt on the floor in the media room. I don't know how, but Cooper heard me! I did manage to keep him off of it! Yep, sure enough, there was a mistake. Lucky for me though, the entire row was off. That's great news because that means that nothing is wrong. The rows aren't sewn together yet. I'll just snip the chain piecing threads and put the quilt together in two halfs, then sew the two together.
I ended up having to lay this out downstairs as it doesn't quite fit in the media room. The quilt is 83" x 90" without borders. I'm not sure what I'm going to do yet for borders. Any suggestions?