Friday, August 7, 2020

Whooping Friday


The herd of Triceratops is completed.   For some reason I made the same mistake on the same section with each dino.  I even put a NOTE in the instructions, but still flipped the wrong way.  Luckily I check before snipping off.  The seam ripper had a great time.  Sashings and borders are cut and ready for a weekend finish.


AND Bella was such a great help in getting this one quilted and bound.  I just kept spinning her as I needed to work a section.  She would just reposition onto the available space.  But it got finished and hopefully it will be a nice day for outside photos.

So you can get ready for the event:


Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

10 comments:

  1. Cute quilt. I picture you spinning Bella like a roulette wheel ....lets see where she lands.....ohhh. on log cabin...log cabin is the winner LOL

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  2. I love that tomorrow is "sneak some zucchini onto your neighbour's porch" day! When we farmed, we often slipped a big one into the neighbour's roadside mailboxes. Never got caught!

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  3. So frustrating when that happens. My always mistake, sew a patch on and realize its too small, rip it off and sew the same patch back on. Your quilt looks great.

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  4. Love those blocks! I laughed about what a great time your seam ripper had! Who knew that zucchini dumping had it's own day! LOL

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  5. The triceratops blocks look great. It's nice to know there is someone else who is consistent with their errors. Once I make a mistake with a block, I am prone to repeat the error. In normal times, people leave zucchini in boxes near the backdoor of our library. I've taken a few in years when we didn't plant our own.

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  6. Love the sneak some zuchinni onto the neighbours porch day idea 😁😁 when you grow them they sure produce a large crop!!
    Love your triceratops blocks, and has to smile at Bella being spun around.

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  7. Bella is so cute! So are the tris. And I really laughed at everyone's zucchini stories. Where I used to work we could count on zucchinis available every day, and lots of bread/cookies to try!

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  8. It's funny but I would welcome a drop off of zucchini, but haven't had it happen yet. Although I prefer the smaller one, I would make bread with a war club. Glad to see Bella didn't keep you from finishing the quilt. Looks like more heat on the way.
    Pat

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  9. Isn't it a pain to make the same mistake over and over?

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  10. Your Triceratops quilt is so fun! I love how your cat loves to participate in your quilting. We miss our cat and may need to find a new one to entertain us and keep us company.

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