When blocking isn’t an option

rugThere comes a time in all craftivists lives when they realize “blocking isn’t going to do it” The choices are (a) leave or (b) pull out and sew together again. I chose option B. Even my pin cushion looks cross.  I will post the finished project and hopefully P. Cushion will be in a better frame of mind. We are still a bit crook over here to be honest.   Mortality can really slow one down.  🙂

Author: gentlestitches

the future is in our hands.

9 thoughts on “When blocking isn’t an option”

  1. Oh still not well, that’s no good. Perhaps pin cushion has gone out in sympathy with you? Hope you feel better soon and are enjoying the cooler weather. 🙂

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  2. These squares of blue and white color / tan borders give me a feeling of relaxation or “coziness” when I look at the piece – well worth all your extra efforts! This is looking lovely!

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    1. Thank you for commenting and I agree it is worth the extra efforts. Sometimes a little extra effort makes a big difference. I am very pleased with how it is shaping up.

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  3. Sorry you’re a bit crook. Hopefully the snuggly weather will encourage, um, snuggling which will lead in turn to resting, warmth and napping. These not-activities might help you get better. (The crocheted blanket: looks alright to me…)

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