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Thread: Twister table runner

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    I got cocky! I should have just quit after the first one went so well. I thought how great it would be to do one with Christmas fabrics. Sewed it together, cut it out(leaving it together), and then got interrupted by the phone. When I went in to finish it was on the floor! AAAARRGGHHH I like puzzles but this is crazy...I am going to throw it away and start over. I feel so dumb!

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    Take a deep breath and wait until tomorrow to throw it away and maybe you will want to work on it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker26
    I got cocky! I should have just quit after the first one went so well. I thought how great it would be to do one with Christmas fabrics. Sewed it together, cut it out(leaving it together), and then got interrupted by the phone. When I went in to finish it was on the floor! AAAARRGGHHH I like puzzles but this is crazy...I am going to throw it away and start over. I feel so dumb!
    They don't call it a 'twister' for nothing...................

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    Just think of it as a puzzle, and work on it later. I know how you feel, been there done that!!!

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    Don't throw it away.Find the 4 pieces that make a pinwheel

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    Or treat it as a puzzle! Lay out pieces so they fit together, even if the pattern is changed! That's how new designs are created.

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    DO NOT throw it away - the same thing happened to me when I was making my wreath. Take a deep breath & put it back together making the initial 5" blocks - then you can start fresh.

    If you do decide to trash it, PM me so you can throw it my way. LOL

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