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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Last of the pink butterflies

The latest...

So, as long as I have been paper piecing, I've been making "mistooks". (Hahaha... spell check does not like that one.) Anyway, the two on the right are made with 2 colors of off white. It's a scrappy challenge, and I didn't realize I didn't have enough of the one color. Also, The pink rose print ran out... Well, first off I made 2 of the same side - like the heart I made earlier this month.  Mistooks all over the place. So I made two mutant butterflies. I hope they multiply - in lots of different colors. (You do know that pink is a mutation for butterflies anyway.) LOL

Have a wonderful weekend. We are having a sunny (so far cloudless)  day, so my weekend is starting out great... except for the fact that our washing machine is broken down. It's only 3 months old.

Hugs,
Terri

13 comments:

  1. Oh I like the scrappy backgrounds--my Butterflies that I am machine appliqueing (or was until my hand got re-injured!!) are all on different backgrounds on purpose. I love that look.
    I began pulling out my yellows today for March and my paltry selection will just about make 3 Crosses blocks with quite a few repeats. . I am sticking with just that one to cut down on rotary cutting. I do have a 2.5" square die so that allows me to keep on going. My hand is getting better bit by bit, but even typing is a challenge!! hugs and stay warm let's all do a "Spring" dance and maybe it'll come sooner,,,haha! Julierose

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  2. Mistooks is funny! Sew, you have original butterflies!

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  3. Sorry to hear about the washing machine, but at least it broke while still under warranty. Mutant butterflies are my favorite kind.

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  4. Your butterflies are great. Sorry to hear about your washing machine. Hope you can get it fixed without too much of a cost.

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  5. Oh bad washing machine - but those little butterflies will carry your cares away lol!! They are really cute!!

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  6. They just don't make things like they used to. Great attitude with the mutant butterflies.

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  7. Broken washing machine! Rats!
    Love the cool mutant butterflies : )

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  8. Great blocks, I like how you dealt with the fabric issues and your butterflies, they are cute.

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  9. I like your mutant butterflies! I think that running out of fabric can often produce the kind of small variations in a quilt that give it interesting and depth. Keep up the mistooks!

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  10. Love your butterfly blocks!

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  11. Your butterflies have character! Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap! Your finished quilt is going to be lovely.

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