My life as a quilter.
So I'm curious, what the electric razor thingy got to do with reverse quilting?
I'll send Mr. Squash across the pond, Sue...he's my #1 seam ripper and will gladly do it for you in exchange for a sweet treat or two ;>)Cheers!
Ok, you don't like it, but why the "Lady Shaver"? I'm actually curious as to what you are quilting also. I think I may put Pa's Garden on the machine later today. Have a good weekend and I'll speak soon. Take care.
Oh....grrrr. Good luck.
I hate un-sewing! I have done the same thing, kept going when in my heart I knew it wasn't working! I guess i get an idea stuck in my head or something, not sure.
Oh no...but looks like you are on track. Does the electric seam ripper work well?
I thought you were giving somebody a haircut, but that must be a fast way to unstitch. I know what you mean though about trusting your instincts.
been there - sorry - but you'll be glad you took the time now
OH NO! 10 seconds of machine quilting can equal an hour of un-quilting. Wish I could help you out with this. We could sit and chat and eat a bicky.......is that spelled correctly?
I spent 2 hours removing basting stitches the other day. I can sew relate!
you are a glutton for punishment Sue, happy unpicking! so unfair that it takes so much longer but will keep you busy!
Unquilting is not my favorite activity. I hope it went quickly for you.
Yep, unquilting is not my friend...
Are you still un-quilting?? I've not seen anything from you in a week now, and am curious as to what you've been up to! Hope all is well!
Yes, why is that? Why do we think it will be better with more rows. Well, it's back to the drawing board for you. :-)
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