Friday, April 5, 2013

Y-Not

When Mark and I were going to a small college in central Kansas, about an hour from Wichita,a couple of times we went to a lounge called the Y-Not.

Which has absolutely nothing to do with this post.

Which is about why I don't like doing Y-seams.

Which is because they are hard to do.

The end.

24 comments:

  1. Oh so worth it though! It looks fantastic!

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  2. You 'seam' to have coped pretty well, making this beauty!

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  3. OMG, is this a Marcelle Medallion in Oakshotts!?!??!?!?!?! Love, love, love :)

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  4. Love the shot cottons and woven stripes! Fabulous!

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  5. ......but you did them! Fabulous

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  6. It does look fabulous in the end?

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  7. It was so worth the trouble - it looks amazing!

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  8. The right angles are bit of a nightmare, but you pulled it off!

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  9. You crack me up! It looks great!!

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  10. They look beautiful. :-) I haven't tried them lately. I should. But I'm going to hold off a while longer… haha.

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  11. Well you have fooled me...this block looks perfect.

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  12. Well, like them or not, your block has turned out beautifully! Hmmm central Kansas to now living in the Valley in California, culture shock much?!

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  13. LOL! Love this!! This is exactly why I have not touched them yet! Ha!

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  14. Did you go to college in Salina? I went to K-Stae. :)
    Could you believe how well WSU did? Heartbreaking in the end, but this Kansan was pretty proud!

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  15. Oh Cindy, this is an outstanding block. I love the blocks for next years MCC quilt. Saturday was exciting! VP

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  16. Looks pretty good to me. I know they can be a challenge. I actually kind of enjoy them. Most of the time. When they work out. haha.

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