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Thread: First border is on... and I ironed my finger :cry:

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    Super Member Celeste's Avatar
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    Oooh! I hate it when that happens! :evil:

    It's looking GOOD!

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    OUCH Sorry about your little finger that really does hurt.

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    Beautiful quilt! It might make you feel less klutzy to know that I chopped off the tip of my middle finger with my rotary cutter Sunday- :shock: -kind of makes it difficult to type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by key4unc
    Beautiful quilt! It might make you feel less klutzy to know that I chopped off the tip of my middle finger with my rotary cutter Sunday- :shock: -kind of makes it difficult to type.
    OUCH!!! I think I'd still be crying! Man, that must hurt!
    I have a morbid fascination with my finger now... it's the last knuckle on the little finger that I burned, and it's blistered, so it looks quite odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcathie
    Ohhhhhh love the border........get the Aloe on that finger sure will help.....I've never ironed my finger but sure got it steamed once......owwweeeeee.........hope it is okay!!........:-(.....
    Even steam is bad enough!

    I'll add another three inch blue border after this one, and that will be it. I've been laying it out on my bed and it's going to look stunning. This is the first queen size quilt I've ever done, it wasn't supposed to be this big! LOL
    Absolutely no idea how I'm going to quilt it. It will fit on my frame, but I'm worried now I won't do it justice. I'm still new to free motion quilting.

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    Beautiful quilt!! Of course I am partial to blue and yellow but even so this is BEAUTIFUL! Love the boarder. Can't wait to see it finished.
    Sorry about your finger :( Hope there isn't a next time but....be a little faster with the aloe :!:

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    Ouch! That had to hurt! :cry:
    But on the up side - your quilt is coming out beautifully!!
    I love the yellow with it! :-)
    Kendra

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    The quilt is absolutely stunning!!!

    (Sorry about your burnt finger -- I'm always doing that....)

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    Ouch, but the blue, yellow and whilte looks great.

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    Your star quilt is absolutely gorgeous. Love that yellow with the blue and white and love your border.

    Sorry about your finger - I usually just steam mine.

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