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Thread: Is there any particular design that you hate to do??

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    Cordelia's Avatar
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    If you cut those triangles and sew them on your square right away, you shouldn't have any problem. And your square looks great.

    I don't like working on the bias either.

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    Yeah triangles..every other one I have to rip out....I follow the directions why why why :roll: :roll: :roll: Curves don't bother me. I used to make a lot of blouses and dresses for my girls, curves are like setting sleeves :D I don't like cutting out quilts....and i don't think I like mystery quilts :D :D :D I love the piecing :D

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    I don't care for mystery quilts either, Ruth. I like to see the whole project so I can plan colors better. Plus, I often resize my blocks, and with a mystery quilt you can't do that. The last one I did, the colors turned out to be the ugliest quilt I've ever made and the block pieces were too giangantic for me.

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    paper piecing intimidates me
    did a Sunbonnet Sue- it was OK but it was also my first attempt at applique, so that's just OK too
    flying geese irritate me (as I tell DH- it makes me grumpy)
    afraid of triangles- do them, but reluctantly.
    have discovered crumb blocks where I can play and play and play with lots of peices of fabric and nothing is ever wrong and needs to be resewn.
    haven't tried curves, pretty sure they would intimidate me too.

    Guess I'm just a scaredy cat when it comes to stepping outside my comfort zone. Guess I'll be at the "confident beginner" level forever.

    Barb

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