Two Steps Forward….


Posted on October 2nd, by Amy in work in progress. 14 comments

…one step back!

I finally decided how to quilt my Button Box quilt, and messed it up!

I spent last night picking stitches until my finger tips hurt, hopefully tomorrow I can resume my efforts.

Have you ever picked out quilting?

Hope that’s not what you are doing today!

Amy





14 thoughts on “Two Steps Forward….

  1. 1

    I have, and it’s NO fun! Hope it’s over for you soon, and you can get back to sewing in forward!

  2. 2
    Johanna says:

    Sometime I have to say and repeat to myself “my seam ripper in my friend”. Been there, not much fun un-sewing!

    In the end though, it is worth it. You can only make it once. I’d rather un-sew and fix instead of saying why didn’t I fix or change this. It still isn’t fun though!

  3. 3
    Lisa Lisa says:

    I just went through the same thing with a quilt that I was donating for a raffle :( Hopefully not too much to rip out.

  4. 4
    Cindy Sharp says:

    Now I will have Vin Diesel singing the Peter Panda song in my head all day. At least it makes me smile. (From The Pacifier)

    Sorry about the unstitching…..

  5. 5

    Oh no, that’s the worst! I’ve only had to do that once before and thankfully it was only a baby quilt!

  6. 6

    Yep…I have unpicked quilting twice in the same quilt…and, yes it is painful, but when you get it the way you want you’ll be pleased you did. ((hugs))

  7. 7

    Wishing you could wake up to it all picked out. Yes, I’ve done it too…not fun.

  8. 8

    I have unpicked it a few times and it bites every time!!! Sorry, get a good movie to watch :)

  9. 9
    kate brown says:

    I have done it more than a few times but I have always been glad after. Hope your goes fast!

  10. 10
    Shanna says:

    lol, That is exactly what I am doing today (I wrote a post about it), how funny. Its not my favorite thing to do, that is for certain! I wish you well and hope it turns out okay for you in the end.

  11. 11
    Diane says:

    The dance itself is a walking dance, which has its roots in American foxtrot and swing. More complex forms of the Texas two-step include lots of spins and turns with your partner.

  12. 12
    Linda says:

    Taking out those quilted stitches is not too bad if you use an eyebrow shaper between the layers.

  13. 13
    AnnieO says:

    OH yes, many times! Usually because I call my quilting style I.T.I.S. (I’ll Try It and See)….which can mean several false starts before I like what I’m doing. Practice pieces just aren’t “the real thing” and you never really know what is going to happen!

    I always tell people who ask about my love of sewing that one shouldn’t sew unless one is willing to rip!

  14. 14
    Heidi says:

    Ugh..YES! Jack *the seam ripper* are very good friends.

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