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Thread: Morris Workshop quilt error, need fabric

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    This quilt will be memorable not only for the one where I broke a needle off in my finger, and now for 16 put together wrong blocks. I am ripping apart 16 blocks done backwards. If any one has any honey bun strips or pieces of any of this line, please PM me. Help, please, in pieces or strips.

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    Sorry for your troubles but I admire your resolve to keep doing it.

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    thank you, I normally would just put it away and start a new project, but I rarely buy quilt kits. I fell in love with the Morris Workshop fabrics over a year ago when I bought it. they are so costly. but here I am ripping out 1" rows, and hoping that someone out there has some in their stash to lessen my ripping, sore finger and all. Thanks for your reply.

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    Sorry for your troubles but I admire your resolve to keep doing it.

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    Try typing "Morris Workshop fabric" into your browser and ee what happens. Another thing you can try is checking with the fabric company who made it. See if they have any honeybus or some of the fabric left.

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    If I lived near you, I would help you rip out your seams as I have become an expert in this area. I hope you find the fabric you need.

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