Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Now I know.....

............why I don't have patterns for bags

*uggghhh, pulling hair out, throwing scissors, stitcking pins in my fingers*

so, not worth it, i'll gladly spend the money to get a good bag

so, in the process of sewing on the handle, i broke a needle...wth?  and of course it fell into my machine
guess i'll go fishing for that dang thang
what the pocket book will look like, somewhat
ewwww, i sooo don't like it
the handle i can't get on right, that is going to make this a UFO, if only for a few hours, 
i must walk away from it for a bit
the handle i got on with no problem

must take a sewing time out

14 comments:

  1. Take a deep breath, and like you said, walk away for awhile. It'll all work out.

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  2. Sometimes it is best to just walk away.

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  3. tee hee!! What pattern did you use??

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  4. The pattern I sent you is so much easier Tonya. Do what Barb says and just walk away from it now.

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  5. Take a break...it might seem easier in a day or two. If not, try the pattern from Betsy!

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  6. I need to send you the pattern set I got for bags...it is totally unused. I looked at the pieces, sighed and put them back in the envelope.

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  7. So funny. I have had that same problem with patterns for bags. However, when I just make something up, things go much better. I recently bought a new pattern but so far I don't understand the directions so I haven't even looked around for fabric for it. But I will.

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  8. I hate sewing days like that!!!!

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  9. it looks good actually, just walk away and start on it fresh when you are ready.......I have to do that all the time....I know you can do it...you are wonder Tonya!

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  10. I always have a hard time with a pattern. When things are simply in direction form I do much better. Those pieces of tissue are so hard to understand!

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  11. Walking away. sometimes stomping a way puts thing in better perspective when you come back.

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  12. I hate it when something like this happens.

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  13. Oooooh! Bag patterns are my favorites! I love short projects. Quilty ADD, I guess. Hope you find a bag pattern you love! They really are fun when you make a good one :o)

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