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Thread: Can't cut it. Kick me please

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    Super Member feffertim's Avatar
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    Washed, starched and ironed this beautiful fabric yesterday so that I could start this lap quilt first thing today. Well the day is 3/4 gone and I sitting here watching the mens Wimledon final. Just realized why, I can't bear to cut this fabric it's so lovely. SOmeone kick me please
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    (((kick))))

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    Sorry can't kick you. I understand. But keep saying, I will be able to use it when it is all finished. It might help you cut into it.

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    I would kick you but I am having the same problem. I bought a big bunch of Lila Tueller fabric and it came all folded nicely even with a bow. And there is still sits. But it is just so pretty as it is. I hate to mess it up.

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    kick...kick....kick... :twisted:
    How much prettier it will be in a quilt!!!
    judy
    Now stop wasting time and get busy!!

    Did that work???

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    Just as my dear late MIL asked me when I put up the good china because of the baby, "Who are you saving it for? His next wife?"

    Think about it. YOU get the good out of it...not anyone else.

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    That will be an awesome quilt when you get it finished! So consider yourself KICKED!!!!!! So, get hopping and cut that fabric!!!! :hunf:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Just as my dear late MIL asked me when I put up the good china because of the baby, "Who are you saving it for? His next wife?"

    Think about it. YOU get the good out of it...not anyone else.
    I LOVE THIS!!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHHA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Just as my dear late MIL asked me when I put up the good china because of the baby, "Who are you saving it for? His next wife?"
    Think about it. YOU get the good out of it...not anyone else.
    love the quote!

    The fabric is pretty, but the quilt will be stunning :thumbup:

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    I have the same problem. There is some fabric that's been in my stash for years. I take it out now and then and pet it. I'm happy.

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