I'm getting REALLY close to a finish here.
Last week I thought I had ARRIVED!
I was able to sew THREE rows together as I talked with friends.
It was nice.
I had to RIP it ALL out!!!!
I had put them ALL together backwards!!!!
See that white diagonal going through there????
I want that to continue through the WHOLE quilt...
not zigzag at the END!!!
Today.....I'm going to do it RIGHT!!!!
that is amazing, great job!ReplyDelete
Wow, Beth, that is one amazing quilt!!ReplyDelete
Oh no; I hate when that happens! It looks amazing!ReplyDelete
OMGosh. How big is this quilt Beth? It is going to be so great!ReplyDelete
Awesome! I love it.ReplyDelete
Questions. How long have you been working on this project? How small are your squares? How large do you want to make this quilt?
Oh look at all of those scrumptious squares! The blessing in noticing your turned around blocks is that you saw them before you quilted it! I'm only chuckling because I did the exact same thing on my western many trips top. Every home should have a postage stamp quilt. They just beg to be snuggled with and one has to slow down to snuggle. I think the world needs a lot of slowing down...and snuggling. The solution: A postage stamp quilt in every home!ReplyDelete
WOW! Looking wonderful. Congratulations, I can't wait to see it quilted.ReplyDelete
Oh, goodness! It happens to the best of us, so hang in there and it's going to end up looking so dang sweet!ReplyDelete
You sure are dedicated... I'd probably put it into the UFO box.ReplyDelete
oh i hate tearing things out....my biggest quilt fearReplyDelete
Love the scrappiness!!!!ReplyDelete
Oops! Been there, done that! Love your little squares - this is going to be a fun quilt when it is done!ReplyDelete
Oh dear, we've all had to rip occasionally. That is going to be a beautiful quilt. I love the scrappy squares and especially the diagonal going through it.ReplyDelete
Sweet top but....unsewing is not my favorite either!ReplyDelete
What size are these million squares?
Happy resewing :0)
How infuriating! I find un-sewing to be so disheartening. You are close, though!ReplyDelete
you ALWAYS do things right... just sometimes you need a couple of tries at it!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh No I am always RIPPING !!!! the Postage Stamp is looking good though. I have only done ONE block. :(ReplyDelete
Beth I have just added two more Rag Dolls to the Flickr Group.
OOPS! Looks fabulous though!ReplyDelete
I love a postage stamp quilt. I have had one in the works for a loooong time, and have exactly 1 block done, LOL! If my friends would just quit having babies...ReplyDelete
Looks gorgeous! Kudos and then some to you.
Wow, that is lovely! I make the most mistakes when watching TV!ReplyDelete
Sorry you had to spend a little time with the ripper. How frustrating. I'm in love with this fabulous scrap quilt! It is going to be great and worth the frustration when it is done.ReplyDelete
SWEET! love all those squares!!!! every quilt needs to a little seam ripper time.. LOL! ( a little extra elbow grease to make it poifecto! )ReplyDelete
Wow! This is a great quilt. I hadn't noticed the white diagonal until you pointed it out, but I think it subtly organizes all the scraps just enough.ReplyDelete