Shandeh wrote:Well, I'm glad you found the missing motif, even though it will take a little extra effort to "release" it.
Let us know how your improvised border turns out!
alecsandra wrote:So, last night I was stitching the motifs together while watching TV, had them all in place and could not, for the life of me, find one motif I needed to add, so I thought maybe I just needed to make one more. When I get all done putting the rest together, weaving in the ends, etc. I realize that I sewed one in the wrong place. It was the one I had thought I needed to make yet. So I have this odd shape on one side and need to find the seem end so I can remove it. I guess that's what happens when I am watching TV until 2 am. LOL
ingrid wrote:Question ~ Will the border be such that we could add additional rows with the colors we have left over or no?
Tiffanna wrote:The more I think about the design the more I end up liking it. My plan for this afghan from the start was to put it in the sun room in the home I'm having built. I think the floral pattern will offset very nicely with the sunny, yellow walls and any flowers I keep in the room or grow right outside all the windows.
JazzHooked wrote:..I'm seaming with a horrible cold, running a high fever.
Neya wrote:......I started unraveling the seams the easiest way I could think of - with a sturdy pair of scissors. Done with two sides, looking for a nice safe piece of thread to cut on the third, and then snip - I accidentally cut right into an adjacent [wretched] clue #5!
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