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Thread: Having one of those days/ did you think you were done?

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    Super Member sdeaaz's Avatar
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    I was anxious to finish a project for my new grandson... thought I was done, but I guess not... thank goodness for seam rippers... Quilter 1234
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    cute, your grandson will love it

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    crafty... did you see what I did.... hanger on wrong side... ugh... quilter 1234

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter 1234
    crafty... did you see what I did.... hanger on wrong side... ugh... quilter 1234
    I kept looking and didn't notice until you said what was wrong. It really is cute.

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    No matter if the hanger is on the wrong side, this is still cute!! :)

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    I had to look at it a couple of times then realized the hanger is on the wrong side...it will be cute once you correct it...I am sure your DGS will love it and get many years of use from it..thanks for sharing..crafty_linda_b

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    I notices it right off but thought you were making it unique. LOL, it is still cute.

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    I wouldn't mind it on either side - adorable!

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    Cute

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    Had to stare at it for a bit before I saw what you were talking about...oops! Thanks for the laugh!

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    really cute

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    I do that same type of thing EVERY time I'm in a hurry! But I still haven't learned... good luck correcting it!

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    We all make mistakes...I sewed a zipper on upside down on my grandsons diaper bag...the zipper pull was on the inside, not the most practical placement...lol...

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    got it finished.... not too much trouble. Quilter 1234
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    Really cute either way.

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    I didn't see it at first, but it would be a problem!

    One time my mom was making a dress or skirt and when she got through putting in the zipper, realized she had put it at the bottom of the skirt and not at the waist. I don't think she worked on clothing again for 20 years or so :roll:

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