Okay, glad you feel better now that you got that out of your system. :D lol
There, there ... ;)
I don't know about friend, but my seam ripper is AWOL. And I'm feeling a bit panicky about it, because I know it's an all-too-necessary tool. Hope you got 'er ripped and redone and feel better now! :)
Sadly, I have about 4 unpickers...and they get a LOT of use. Michelle I once threatened to set fire to something I was making that wasnt working out. Dramatic - yes. Did I do it - no. Did I feel better after saying it - absolutely. Did I finish the project - yes. And I still hate it.
LOL! I've soooo been there! Hope things start coming together for you!
P.S. The funniest term I've heard for unpicking: frog stitching . . . rip it! rip it! rip it!
Oh my, Michelle - this is absolutely STUNNING! The butterfly blocks are just lovely.
Mine is so much my friend, I have two of them....just in case I need help ripping out the awful seems.
That is a beautiful quilt, love the colours and the butterfly border - well done for getting it finished!
I feel yah, sista!
Wow, Michelle, that is one fine quilt you've crafted! I am just loving it. I know what you mean about pieced borders. I've often spent more time on the borders than the top itself, but have never pieced a more beautiful border than your butterflies! Gives me good ideas! ~karen
Lovely quilt. Love the butterfly border.
Don't know what I'd done without that "friend"! Am going to use it now; did some cross-stitching yesterday, counted wrong - and hurray - have to unpick! :))
Ha! Too funny! Know just how you feel! I have been ripping seams out of my latest wing chair slipcover and find that often times, a single edge razor blade works better than my two seam rippers do...even better when my husband helps...four hands are better than two!xoxNancy
Your comments brighten my day. :-)