Argh!

3.04.2014

Edit: I got over myself, fixed my hair and ran to get the thread. Back to quilting!!

I am working on this quilt, which is very far removed from my normal color schemes. I am trying something new and using prairie points as the binding. The argh part? I ran out of thread I was using in the bobbin. I need to go buy more and that would mean I would I need to get dressed and do my hair. Argh! Don't wanna!!

Now you know how lazy I can be....=) I can always start a new project, right?



19 comments:

  1. Love the quilt, it's softer side of you. Now put on a hat, throw on some lip gloss and you're good to go!

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  2. Love the quilt, it's softer side of you. Now put on a hat, throw on some lip gloss and you're good to go!

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  3. Your quilt is gorgeous. I love the prairie points. Wish you could just run next door to my house. I would give you some thread.
    Hope you are keeping warm my dear.
    Hugs
    donna

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  4. You can go and then get a quick sandwich while out and you have a different outlook on the rest of your day. Spring is 16 days away. The quilt is really pretty. Chris

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  5. Well, Amy, I don't think you can be called lazy unless you just sit there and do NOTHING, rather than get dressed and fix your hair ! You are just particular about HOW you use your energies, (starting a new project), and that is called SMART ! LOL ! Have a great day !

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  6. Oh My Goodness...I absolutely LOVE your quilt! I am really loving the rose and brown color combination and see one in my future, definitely!

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  7. This quilt is stunning. I love your prairie point border you are making. So good to know I have company in the stay home instead of dressing and putting on face and hair to go out. I see you did...edit...Bless you dear.

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  8. Oh lawd, dear... you sound like me when "I'm on a mission" to get something done. In fact, that will be me the next two days.

    NO makeup, no hair... Just me and my "comfy clothes" sitting at my machine getting it done.

    Glad you got out and got your thread. YOu'll be thankful you did! :-)

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  9. I've been known to use another thread color. It's going to get covered up, right?

    Lazy would not be a word I'd use to describe YOU!

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  10. Amy, that is absolutely beautiful!!!

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  11. I SEW get it....but glad to hear you DID comb your hair and get your thread (G)!!! XX

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  12. I love your quilt and I recognize that line of fabric. It is all in my stash with a pattern from the same company just waiting to be made! I'm thinking it is one if the Collections for a Cause line ... Love it!

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  13. One Question? HOW do you get them done so fast!!!....that is my argh! to you!! heehee...I am waiting on flannel wool to do my in between blocks for houses and working on Jobs Tears...I must be pokey!! only got 24 blocks of 80 done today...we are totally driven women I am thinking!!....but who is counting...just love fab!! Great Job and from this side the colors look great!!

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  14. I am sew with you. When I don't have to work, it is yoga pants, a t shirt and slippers. But love the quilt and the colors are fabulous.

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  15. It's gorgeous! Glad you got over yourself and bought more thread. :) I use the trusty ponytail!

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  16. pretty quilt! sometimes I don't want to get up and go when I need to either.

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  17. Those colors are gorgeous! It's a long drive to the nearest thread, so I try to keep plenty stashed.

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