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Saturday, February 6, 2021

FnwFs and the week that was.....

 It was really nice to join Cheryll for FnwFs this last night and enjoy sewing along with her and 20 others....

I got my " Sisters" pinned which is my WOOFA project also organised Cheryll 

then after dinner I made my RSC blocks....







Today I did some repairs on hubby's " Aussie Flag" quilt as it's his favorite....

Earlier in the week I made some blocks for " Aussie Heros "






and Burp clothes to send to Jan Mac 



Did you know that a ruler can be NASTY !!!! 

When I bent down to turn on my iron I bumped the edge of the ruler which was on the cutting table and it fell down onto my hand.....

thankfully it's all healed now.....

Well must away now and tidy the "Cave" 

Happy Stitching and stay safe...

Hugs  Maria ❤

27 comments:

  1. Wow, you have been very busy! And OUCH! That was not fun.. glad it is healed up now... xx

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  2. Your hand looks like it hurts, a lot! Beautiful projects, once again, and I look forward to seeing the sisters quilt finished. I have some quilts to mend too, I think five on my list. It is good to see they are being used a lot!

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  3. Ouch! That is a nasty ruler! I hope you didn't bleed on any fabric. LOL! I haven't had any sewing injuries for awhile. Although I tripped over a bag handle the other day. I was able to catch myself before I did any damage. Would love to see a video of my moves.

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  4. Ouch with the ruler - glad it's healed but isn't it odd how the strangest things can injure us - like paper too! Good to see your sisters out and pinned, that will be a gorgeous quilt. How nice that hubby loves his quilt so much that it's got to the repair stage! A nice little pile of other sewing and block making too.

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  5. Hi Maria---
    Nice projects you are working on there! I really like those sisters blocks--
    and I have discovered that all 'sewing and quilting' tools can be dangerous--especially in my hands!!! Glad to know it healed up quickly!
    Have fun stitching this week-
    stay safe-luv, di

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  6. Ouch! Thanks for joining us for FNwF. It looks like you made lots of progress.

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  7. Ouch....hope there was no blood spilled on fabrics!!!!! You have been busy.

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  8. I LoVe the look of a pinned quilt...& you've been busy on a few projects this week.
    Thanks for stopping in for FNwF... & I hope NO blood found any of your fabric...
    OuCH... xox

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  9. You got quite a lot done Maria. Ouch with the ruler. Hope your hand isn't too sore. xxx

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  10. fun projects, but ouch! your poor hand

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  11. Thanks for the ruler warning! I had no idea they could be so dangerous. I hope your hand is soon good as new.

    All your sewing projects look great.

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  12. Dear Maria, what a wonderful busy sewing week. Lots of great projects. Glad you hand is healed.

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  13. Oh that’s a nasty bang Maria. You’re working on some great projects...

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  14. Wow, not a nice ending to a lovely and busy evening :-(

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  15. Ouch! I thought rotary cutters were the most dangerous tool. When my rulers fall, they usually dent the floor, but that it better than your poor hand! Lots of great progress. Lovely yellow blocks

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  16. Lots of cheerful YELLOW scraps for the RSC, Maria!! Glad to hear that you are healing up from the ruler incident. Ouch!

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  17. Ouch!
    Lovely fresh colours in your 'Sisters' Quilt and blocks.

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  18. You have been busy on lots of lovely projects... hope there is none of your DNA on them... so great that your hubby has his favourite quilt that you mend for him.... shows it is well loved and used...
    Hugz

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  19. Poor Maria, injured in the pursuit of quilting!

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  20. Golly even with your wounded hand you are still so productive! I have been watching your Nuns for awhile and am really looking forward to seeing your finish! Hope you are well and staying safe.

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  21. You’ve been very busy with all your lovely projects. You have to be careful of those nasty rulers. If that’s what they can inflict, you’d better be very careful with your rotary cutter. 🤣🤣

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  22. You got to watch those rulers! Great blocks and progress on the Sisters.

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  23. Ouch! That looks like a nasty injury. I have dropped one and it make a nice ding in my wood floor, so I can imagine it could do serious injury to skin. Your RSC blocks look so nice. Great job on the burp cloths and your sisters quilt too.

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  24. Ouch!!!! I hope all is good now. Lovely yellow tones you've got going on. xx

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  25. can't wait to see the girls finished........I love them.........glad the hand is ok now those corners are sharp.........

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  26. That hand doesn't look good, hope it's healing well now.

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  27. Woah, it got you good. I expected to read about a rotary cutter incident, but no, a ruler?

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