Thursday, 15 September 2011

Slight Bobble Edge Modification this morning

Started to complete the bobble edging this morning and decided it was a bit 'frilly', a bit heavy for the cushion, so l un did it and started again....a lot quicker too one bobble every 4th stitch with SC in the 3 in between stitches.....looks more like the tiny pompom edging you can see on cushions
I'm happy just need to add a back to it
just a little bit more spaced out
What a dramatic sky this morning at 5 o'clock.....

Only about 10 pints out of the dryers yesterday...and one day left to go
pleeeeeeeeeeeeease let the walls give a dry reading tomorrow

Have a Terrific Thursday everyone
Hugs to all x

15 comments:

  1. I love the new bobble edge Suz. You are so creative. I'm keeping everything crossed for you. Really hope the walls are as dry as are needed to make progress.
    Hugs,
    A x

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  2. Hi, hope the walls dry out soon - fingers crossed and all. Lovely cushion, so pretty.
    Mantha xx

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  3. Yep, this is a much nicer edging - less 'thick' looking. And, gosh I hope those walls are dry for you!
    Deedownunder

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  4. Such a beautiful cushion, I love the blue edging. Best wishes, Pj x

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  5. I really love this cushion cover! Nice colors and design. Applause-applause-applause...

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  6. YOU amaze me!!!! Beautiful. Stunning. Just glorious. I want to learn to do all of it!!!

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  7. Olá Colega,
    Adoro esse colorido.
    Está tudo muito lindo.
    Obrigada por compartilhar.
    Abraços com carinho,
    Marli

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  8. Hi Suz! What a lovely blanket! I love the colours and the flowers. Good luck with your walls and if you need a break: hop over to my new blog www.annemarieshaakblog.blogspot.com
    Best wishes, Annemarie

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  9. Dear Suz, love this project.. can't wait to see it all done. I bet you do too! I hope everything is dry tomorrow.. this has been such a long drawn out pain in the arse for you and Phil! Hang in there. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  10. No problamo. I always am about a good modify as we go. I'll be wishing all is dry for you and Phil tomorrow. You know I'm all about the "other" stuff you two do.

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  11. ohh i had a go at doing your flower squares, looking not too bad, but i have one question im not sure if im doing it right but how do you change you colours without your work coming undone once you cut off the unwanted colour, if you could let me know that would be fab x thanks suz x helen x

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  12. What an apsalutely gorgeous cushion i love it its soo pretty, your so clever and talented x

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  13. As always, another beautiful creation. Love your work. Fingers crossed for dry walls!

    Keri

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