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Thread: May I be a great comfort to all of you!

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    If it is bothering you....It looks close enough to the edge that you could hand stitch your quilt label over it? Or a heart....the fabrics are wonderful!...even the green triangle!

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    It looks cute, but not what you wanted. Can you cut close to the stitching with sharp scissors, the pull the theads out?

    Very cute quilt.

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    That is funny I have that same fabric from a quilt I made last year!

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    Been there done that only it was a Kwik Sew pattern envelope and the pattern was in it! I was using invisible thread which I now hate and was doing a lot of meandering. Boy what a mess! Count your blessings it could have been a much bigger piece of fabric. Nice quilt, for a special baby.

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    Don't feel alone. When I was taking Home Ec in 6th grade about 60 years ago, I sewed my poodle skirt right into my project. My next lesson was on frog sewing, "rip-it, rip-it, rip-it". It was a lesson that I have practiced many time since so now I rip-it very well. LOL and I'm glad you could laugh about your boo boo also.

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    I did that with a sweatshirt makeover, and I got a piece caught in the inside. I told everybody it was my "signature".

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    The bby quilt is adorable.
    I'd leave it there to hear all the comments & reactions
    It would be even more fun to hear the silence ...........when your show it off...ha haaa !!
    lp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homespun View Post
    Don't rip out the stitching! Cut the green as close as possible to the stitching and with your seam ripper or a long pin, shred the green fabric and remove it. It works. I have to do it a lot!!!
    That sounds like a good idea to me. I hate to rip quilting stitches.

    Brenda

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    It is a one of a kind. If that is the worst that ever happens, be thankful

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    Maybe somehow you could make a lable out of this. Or not. So sorry for the extra material that hopped on your quilt.

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