Stupid is as stupid does…..(me)

Please laugh along with me.

So, I have never done anything on point.

I chose this pattern and used a charm pack that I had.

I dont know where I got this charm pack, but there were many of the same within. So, I thought to myself, I will just make sure that I don’t put them right next to each other.

I carefully assembled the rows. Never once did I think about looking at it as it would lay on the table. NOOOO, I looked at it on point.

Needless to say, you get this dumb looking table runner with lots of the same next to each other. OMG, Duh. Seriously, look at it on the diagonal. Perfect. Bahahahahaha.

Live and learn as the saying goes.

I did not mind doing something on point. just was in the wrong frame of mind when I did it.

I got it now.

And for your viewing pleasure. Our 8.9lb. security guard. Well, actually my daughter’s security guard, Ruger. He truly is larger than life.

Happy Sewing

Happy Quilting

23 thoughts on “Stupid is as stupid does…..(me)

  1. Ha! Here’s where you say something like, “the cohesiveness of fabric choices in each row evens out the dynamic energy of the on-point setting”. You need to read more artists’ statements πŸ˜€

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  2. Oh scrap! The marvels of quilting! I am one of those that used to make sure nothing would be too close or meet up for fabric selection. That quilt demon has won too many times. I have come to terms with this and now scrappy quilts are less stressful because I don’t care.
    I love how your runner turned out! I see happiness when I look at it. Your quilt journey is beautiful, and it makes me smile you are back in the quilt saddle again!

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  3. I love your security guard πŸ™‚ I am not familiar with this, therefore do not know what “on point” means here but it sounds like you’ve had a good learning experience. I love the tiles and the colour palette of your runner and, if you hadn’t said there was something wrong with it, I would have not known πŸ™‚

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