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Thread: I was in a hurry to finish and made an oops!

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    Super Member deedum's Avatar
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    I was in a hurry to finish and made an oops!

    I just finished putting binding on two quilts and quickly sewed the binding on the other two! Was so happy things were going along nicely. Was taking these to show my neighbor who had just moved away and we were invited over to see them and their new house. As she is a quilter too, she had seen some of the quilts I had been working on! Seem like a good idea. I seen a thread as I was finishing and I grabbed my sharp pointed scissors and snipped the thread and the backing of the material!!!!!!!! I couldn't believe it! So I sewed on an applique and signed it with date & name. I hope that will do it! I couldn't believe it. Moral of the story, is don't get in a hurry!

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    wow, what a nice save. i wouldn't have been able to think of it due to the streams of tears.
    Nancy in western NY

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    This is how I started putting a heart on the back of all my quilts. The first one was to cover a mistake but, everyone thought it was great so now it is my signature.

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    Nice save!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Great save....

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    Good thinking, great save, no one will be the wiser.........
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    I've done that! I think that's why I like appliqués so much!

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    great way to save the day!! Good thinking!!
    unclefreckles' Grandma

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    You did a nice job saving it! And thanks for the tip... I am in a hurry to finish a quilt project. I think I'll take a deep breath before cutting anything!;-)
    http://www.quiltingthetownred.blogspot.com

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    Great save!!

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