Today I've used my seam ripper more than the sewing machine (is that possible?)
After years of sewing, and many times ripping, I've decided I'm slightly dyslexic. lol
I know that feeling only TOO well, Bonnie. I made a whole line of leaders and enders "twosies" and found that I had mismatched them so that the SAME fabrics abutted each other--aaarghies!!! Julierose
Last night I unpicked an incorrectly placed unit in a block only to resew it exactly the same way. Definitely need more chocolate!!
I love those blocks, even wonky!!!
Sew-sew-sew, press-press-press, rip-rip-rip. Another day of quilting. Or, maybe you've created a whole new block. Have fun. Lane
I've been looking at that block in the 100 blocks book to make my son and his fiancée a quilt for their July wedding.
Yeah, that is usually the block that sews together super easy, then you open it up! Been there, done that too many times!
You ate all your Birthday Chocolate already? LOL, That Russell Stover stuff is hard to resist! I had a "frogging" night making pairs of some triangle units that had two fabrics in them. Turned two pairs wrong every time. I see why you are calling for a "Jammie Day".
Glad to know I'm not the only one having that trouble; free-motion quilting away and all of a sudden realized I had sewn a big section of focus fabric (that I was using for a "sewing pattern" to the back of my quilt.....sigh.....it looked so good too. Unsewing now.....
Oh, this makes me feel so much better. I thought I was the only one who had to rip.
And just exactly HOW do you think more chocolate is going to fix this Miss Bonnie lol!! (as if I didn't already know ;)
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