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Thread: Right sides together, right sides together

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    Senior Member QuilterGary's Avatar
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    right sides together. Remember that last night I sewed twenty blocks wrong sides together. Took them apart and resewed them correctly. I told DW I bet that is not the last time I do that. As I have said before I am a Quality Control Manager attention to detail.

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    It happens!

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    Been there done that. :)

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    Don't feel bad...I"ve sewn that many together without bobbin thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by missgigglewings
    Don't feel bad...I"ve sewn that many together without bobbin thread!
    yep, done both.

    at least without thread you don't have to unsew.

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    Been there! :)

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    Yep, I think we've all been there. Could be worse ya know...I was working on this paper piecing project last night that I am finding to be difficult and I would do fine until the last piece I sewed onto foundation....then you flip the paper back and trim to 1/4" seam allowance, well not only did I sew that piece on wrong, but I cut off the piece that was suppose to remain....I did this not just once, but twice....ugh!!

    Feel any better?? Hang in there.

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    Sew them wrong, unsew them and then sew them together again WRONG!!!

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    Oh yeah! Been there, done that...sad to say...again and again!

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    I think all of us have done that one time or more

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