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Saturday, September 09, 2006

WHATTHEHECK!???


Did you ever have a moment like this? Ive been chainpiecing scrappy blue hourglass blocks.....took my long chain to the ironing board....and lo, and behold..this block's seam had THREE layers instead of 2! I guess this is what happens when I'm still chain piecing past midnight :c)

As for what I'm making? I'm not tellin! :c) You'll have to wait and see! I pulled out all the blue and neutral 2.5" strips into two piles and I've got PLANS!!

Bonnie

22 comments:

  1. Ha! I do that all the time. . . . .even in day light hours. . . .

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  2. Well goodness, Bonnie! If there's anyone who can make something out of a threesome like that...it's YOU! ;-)

    Can't wait to see what you've got up your sleeve! Looks patriotic....

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  3. Have done this several times. LOL
    And it is so boring to unrip it.
    I am so curios what you are going to do with them.

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  4. I'm glad it was just one block, not the whole pile!

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  5. Oh yes, LOL, been there, done that..but with just a single triangle flapping away inbetween the two I joined up...*G*

    I look forward to seeing what you are up to..*VBS*
    The surprises are always wonderful. Hugs, Finn

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  6. Nice new background! Great to see that I'm not the only one who ends up in situations like that! Can't wait to see what you're doing with those scraps!!

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  7. Oh nooooo. Could you starch them and make them into Christmas ornaments? Wo what are you making with the blue and cream scraps??? hehe

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  8. gotta love those extras that get picked up while chaining... I don't have to wait til midnight to start having that problem :-)

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  9. Oh Bonnie, you're such a tease... can't wait to see your newest creation! :)

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  10. Bonnie, maybe you have developed some 3-D sort of quilting with the three layers. You may have just stumbled on the future of quilting. Imagine the fun of having putting more layers together : )

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  11. Ooops! But great to see you are stitching up a storm again :)

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  12. Ha! I'm with Naomi, I can do this when I'm not tired!!!

    Can't wait to see what comes of it. Any old thing in blue and white is good!!

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  13. Yes, I have done that and it's quite irritating! vbg
    My guess on the scraps -- something patriotic?!

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  14. So you thought you were different, huh! I've done it, too, more often than I care to admit.

    And I agree with Jan, anything blue and white has got to be good.

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  15. That is an interesting dilemma. How did you solve it?

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  16. Now you can decide which combo you like better!

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  17. I often sew the long side instead of the short side of a rectangle, or something like that. I like the blue and cream combinations. The one on the leader ender page took my breath away!

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  18. So are you keeping it like that and making it into some cool 3D block in the middle of the quilt? :)

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  19. Oh I think we've all done that before, and not just after midnight. I love scrappy blue and creams, can't wait to see what you've got in the works.

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  20. Been there, done that! Once I had to uncrochet one meter of a crocheted border (3 inch wide) because I had made a mistake.

    My grandmother thought I was crazy, though......

    Inga

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  21. Whatever those little piles become, it sounds intriguing! I love the way your mind works in that you can come up with all these patterns. Keep 'em coming!
    Just don't sew anything that isn't supposed to be in there.

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  22. Can't wait to see the next wonderful idea , Bonnie. Hmmm, I have about 60 6 in. 9-patches, and I was planning to put an hourglass between them ... maybe I'l wait to see what your project turns into.

    Elaine Adair

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