If your quilt has an error and the casual observer can not detect it, does the error it exist?
I am going to pretend that it doesn't.
There are actual 2 errors. Today, I am not inclined to fix either.
OK. I'll tell you, if you promise not to blab. One strip of blocks got flipped when I was sewing them together (second diagonal from the bottom right). From a practical standpoint that means that the South Dakota and Wisconsin blocks are swapped. (The blocks are in alphabetical order starting in the top left with Alabama, ending with WY in the bottom right). I have the state or block name written in red ink on the block, so that writing is also upside down. Error 2 has to do with a block size variation that I failed to notice and compensate for. That makes the sashing in the lower left 3 rows take a significant zig-zag.
Maybe I'll fix the state order. Zig fix is too complicated for the minimal difference to make it worth while.