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Thread: Two Wrongs Seem To Make It All Alright, After All

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    Glad to hear it worked out in the end! You don't need the extra stress now.

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    So glad it worked out ... I'm with you about starting earlier next year ... but of course I say that every year!

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    See you knew what you where doing all along. LOL

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    Lucky you! I would not have been so lucky! We always wait until the last minute to do good things don't we? I have 6 quilts to make before Christmas, I have 3 almost done...
    Bernie

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    I started out making 6 quilts. Am almost finished quilting the 5th. Still need one more. I am really stressing right now. I believe it will get done though.

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    It sometimes happens that our subconscience knows what we need to do to work things out, if we don't over think our process. It is a great relief when that happens. Glad it worked out for you! Have a less stressful sewing season for Christmas from now on. Enjoy your time with your girls.
    To make lots of quilts, is to have lots of scraps, and I do, and I do.
    BarbaraSue

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    I just love when I am in a hurry and do stuff like that. We have all been there!
    Michelle

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    Nice save !
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    so glad everything worked out! It would have been terrible if you had not been able to "salvage" your cuttings!

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    I feel your pain. Doesn't thatt always happen when you're trying to hurry up and finish something. Nice save, though.
    I'm making a quilt to give to DH - for Christmas 2012!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    THIS year he's getting a Kindle, because i KNOW I won't finish the quilt ~ ~ ~

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