Love your quilt. Yes, all of us who quilts and see know
that the ripper is a wonderful invention!🤪. I admire your
diligence and being so productive despite having such a
Thank you very much and yes the ripper is the perfect example of an invention made out of necessity. Good to hear from you
Love your quilt and the name is just right. I would have unpicked as well - and be cross with myself. I know that does not help and unfortunately I DO make mistakes - as we all do now and again.
Your babies are precious!!
That's IS what they invented rippers for, our unfortunate mistakes. I didn't let it get me down, just tackled it right away so I wouldn't dread it.
The babies are darling, aren't they! Thanks
I have a lady coming from church, for me to make something for church, that I am dreading to make. She wants it made a certain way and I want to do better, as it reflects MY sewing.... we will see....
Love your quilt. You amaze me. You whip out these quilts while doing 150 other things. I do understand your ripping. I just recently spend 2 days undoing quilting because I was not happy with the result.
I know how you feel. It's no use to do a job half way or so, so. If you can repair it, do so, or you'll never feel good about it. I am by no means perfect, but I think I need to do the best I can. Even tho this was a little trouble, now I'm satisfied and it mirrors like it suppose to, even if others say they didn't see the mistake, I knew.
How would you like to smell those babies and feel that soft hair! I just can't get enough of them.-lol
1. I'd have left it. (Bad quilter attitude.) 2. The reason you didn't lose any weight is you were using the wrong tool. Did you lose patience? 3. I love your newest quilt - both ways.
1-No, not an option
2-No, I have patience, but I was disappointed to know I didn't finish as early as I would have liked.
3-Thanks.... I like the finish
Great job all round. I feel for you having to unpick a whole side, but it was worth it in the end. It looks fab and the name very appropriate! Love Chris
Thanks Chris, yes it was worth it and so glad I caught it before the quilting.
Love how this panel turned out. You did a wonderful job!
Thank you very much. My favorite is the second one, The Eagle Has Landed. The first was Airmail Letter.
Love the name, the pictures, and the babies!!! You did great all around!!! My friend and I call the ripping the "Rippit Stitch" I don't enjoy it, but I also have it to do at times!!! Haha!!!
I know what you mean and ripping isn't hard, just time consuming. I will have to ask the other ladies if they have heard of your stitch-lol- the babies are so sweet...thanks
What a beautiful quilt. I had to really search for the mistake. Either way the result is wonderful.
I saw it right off and sure am glad I caught it before it went to the quilter. Thanks
Well, I certainly can relate to the "Ripper"....great job and I love the name, too!
Thanks Kim... And I thought the ripper was made especially for me!😉😂
I LOVE the name. It's perfect. That was quite a challenge, but you have come through with flying colors, pun intended.
Those babies are darling. Makes me remember when I had 2 that small. I miss them.(being that small that is)
Thanks 'jrob' , the babies are 2 weeks,2 days apart in age.
Oh here are the babies!
What an adorable pair of great grandchildren Toogie and the work is excellent too
So precious for words. Your quilt turned out great I like the name you gave it.. hugs for all
So Cute! I have 2 greats on the way. Only know 1 is a girl. Love your quilt too!
They are soooo sweet! You are certainly blessed!
Thanks all Yall !
Congratulations lilylady, girls are hard to come by here. Everyone can't believe Kinleys hair but her dad had that much too, when he was born.
You just want to cuddle them. They are too cute.