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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Diary Quilt Tuesday - On Wednesday



I promised that I would post these every Tuesday but yesterday I was sick, so here it is today.
This is what I felt like doing all week last week.....screaming. The very intense quilt I have been working on is nearing the end. I am anxious to move on to other projects but won't until I get this one done.


 
I sewed three pieces on to all 48 sections only to find out I had the wrong measurements. This represented hours of work, I could not believe I read them wrong. Or so I thought......after ripping out all 144 pieces I realized they were sewn correctly and I had just ripped them all out, and would have to do them again. Now I also wanted to cry long with scream. People in the house are tiptoeing around me, my sewing room looks like hazardous waste area and I am dreaming about sewing on this quilt! I don't know how much longer this is going to take but I am thinking of power sewing Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


 
On a nicer note my husband Bob gave me some herbs to grow for Valentine's day. I made him oatmeal cookies with raisins. We go for a more low key day, plus I looked lovely after I slept most of the day and never got out of my pajamas, so very romantic!

Kelly
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9 comments:

  1. I'm sorry you didn't feel well yesterday. Our day was so low key my husband wasn't even here, he's on the road.
    I love the block and I can relate about being driven to scream.

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  2. Oh my, how frustrating for you. Sure hope things are looking up soon but you did get an adorable screaming block out of it!

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  3. Kelly!
    I don't ever say out loud or write this but this deserves.."I almost peed in my pants"
    I am sorry, I should not laugh but I am giggling as I write this.. You make me laugh! Oh you are so funny!
    This block really, really, reeeeally
    conveys how you feel.
    Love those eyes!

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  4. So sorry that you didn't feel well and that you had such a frustrating experience with your quilt. Your block is great and really shows how you feel!!!

    I think your Valentine's presents to each other were very thoughtful and sweet. We like a low key day too.

    Hope you are feeling better soon and that you have no more trouble with that quilt project!

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  5. Wow, you really know how to convey frustration in fabric!! Just amazing! I wish I could zip over and give you a hand to get this quilt done! thinking step at a time and you'll get there. Ithink herbs is a romantic gift. I thought at first it was Sage Parsley, Rosemary and Thyme like the Simon and Garfunkel song, I love that song. Good luck in finishing the quilt,!!!

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  6. Sorry about all the strange grammer in my comments when I type on my phone all sorts of words pop up. I'm just you get the gist of what Im trying to say.. :)

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  7. Oh, my! I don't know whether to laugh or cry with you! I sure hope that you got to eat a bunch of those cookies! I can't wait to see THE quilt. Are you going to call it the Quilt from L?

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  8. OH NO!
    would it help to tell you that I've done that too? not on the same scale, but I have done that!
    i feel for you pal
    xx
    tgif - you'll be ready for a glass of wine at 5 today :)

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