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Saturday, February 25, 2012

iPhone-O-Gram---ugh!!

I had an hour this am to sew before class.

I didn't intend to spend half of it un-sewing what I had sewed in wrong. But somehow---this just will NOT do!! Lol!

Ughhhhhh!!!!

18 comments:

  1. oops! I hate when that happens!
    glad you caught it before it was too late!

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  2. Oj, how many of those blocks did you do like that? It happens to the best of us.

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  3. Happened to me Thursday nite when I tried to sew Jacob's Ladder blocks together... seam ripper time!

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  4. That is my usual result when I sew while tired.

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  5. I had this happen when I was putting the rows together on my Orca Bay, one of my hour glasses on one of the white blocks was turned the wrong way, talk about an oh no moment, I about died, but like you, I rippetted it and made it right ;)

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  6. Rip-it, rip-it-; I should do more "frogging" than I do, but if it's more than 1/2-way through, I just muddle it in; not one of my better traits...... Julierose

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  7. Oh no! But look at it this way - you're giving a certain set of muscles a good, well-needed workout!

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  8. rip it rip it is in my vocabulary, too!!! stuff happens...we've all done it!!

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  9. LOL, yep, gotta change that one...pretty fabrics though.

    Lucy~

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  10. IF ONLY mine were so small- the block was 16" big and I was joining the 4 of them... yep 2 were upside down... lots of unsewing.

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  11. The photo made that yellow look almost green and I thought you were changing colors mid-quilt!
    I don't know how many Floribunda posts I have read where things were sewn together wrong--including mine! Welcome to the club! : )

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  12. It hapens when u in a hurrrrrryyyyy

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  13. Anonymous1:04 PM EST

    Iknow the feeling. Today I began sewing a block to Dear Jane. It was going so well, till I realized I switch the fabrics......HAHA, not funny.
    Gun, Sweden

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  14. *singing "Welcome To My World" the Jim Reeves version* ;)

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  15. Oh, man - don't you just HATE that!! I like to use little mini-design boards to help keep my block "units" in order until I get them together - they really are the coolest little things. ;))

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  16. oh i know, i'm making this quilt too. never have i ever done so much unsewing,this makes me feel better. that was your intentions right, making us feel better? i would make one wrong, aggravated, then two blocks right. then bam, backwards again. thanks for sharing the pic. :>)

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  17. Anonymous9:13 AM EST

    My sister just sewed an entire quilt top together and then discovered that the directions she was following were wrong. Ugh! Had to unsew 1/3 of the top to redo. Very discouraging! Lesson learned-Always look at the directions and make sure everything looks right before sewing. Designers are human and make mistakes too.:? Judy at claytonja@live.com

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