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Saturday, May 4, 2019

FnwFs for May

Where oh where has this year gone  ????  As it's the first Friday of the month again it's time to join the lovely Cheryll and friends for FnwFs... Thanks Cheryll for putting up our link to sew even though you've just returned from a fabulous busy holiday..

Last week I bought a panel of four little Bears and I decided it would be nice to make something nice and quick, Sew I cut out two of the Bears for a couple of " Quilts of Love "

Before picking Hubby up from his RSL I added a border on each and then sandwiched them and popped them next to my machine....

On my return I picked up the little quilt and started quilting ... After doing the centre I realised it was a bit THICK..... Can you guess what I did ????


  Yep !  I'd sewn the two quilts together ....












I can't believe I didn't hit any pins on the quilt underneath and break a needle !












After an hour of reverse sewing I got back to completing  both quilts just after midnight..                                      









                     After the little set back I am happy with the two little quilts..... 


Must away now and make a few BlooMs to link up for the BlooM ParTy 

Happy stitching.

Hugz  Maria  😄


16 comments:

  1. Clever you not hitting any pins underneath. The things that can happen. Lovely result in the end.

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  2. What a pain having to unpick it! That's always much slower than the actual sewing. Two sweet little quilts in the end, anyway.

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  3. Oh no, easy to do. They do look great now.....

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  4. They turned out so cute. You stayed up late, my eyes would have glassed over by then, lol

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  5. Ooops! All turned out well in the end though as they are great little finishes. xx

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  6. I remember that print--we had it here along time ago--but it is still a delightful print!
    and I know you had fun--unstitching them--we all enjoy doing that!!!!!
    luv, di

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  7. Those prints are just so very CuTe...
    It's always a pain unstitching isn't it... but worth it in the end.
    Great night of sewing with you Maria... xox

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  8. Ha Ha Pleased to hear Iam not the only one to do silly things
    The end results were well worth the effort

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  9. Oh no.....what a pain. They have turned out beautifully though xx

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  10. oh those are lovely little quilts..... well done with trying to quilt two at once.... pity it didnt' work out!!
    Hugz

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  11. Oh no! Lucky save ... beautiful little quilts.

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  12. Oh dear!! Thank goodness you didn't hit a pin! Two wonderful finishes though, lovely teddy fabric.

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  13. Oh no... that was a bit of an error.. glad you got it sorted.

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  14. These things happen, even in the best sewing rooms. They turned out very lovely after you managed to separate them.

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  15. Oh my! Glad to see I'm not the only one that realizes my mistake too late ... I have also sewn wrong layers together! Good to see you managed to get both projects completed in spite of having to make a minor (?) correction. Lol!

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  16. Oopsie daisy! At least you didn't hit any pins and were able to fix it x

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