Wednesday, March 3, 2010

ONE IS THE LONELIEST NUMBER

Where there was one (yes, it needs to be fixed better).....



There is two....because one is the loneliest number...



So I am hoping tonight while I am asleep that these will multiply (like my scraps do)


What are the odds?

Did I really say I was making 60?

Eshhheeeesh....what was I thinking?

26 comments:

Fiesta said...

wow!

Tangos Trash and Treasures said...

LOL
Looking good!

Pat said...

I know I nearly fell on the floor when you said you were making 60 of them!!!

luv2quilt2 said...

They're looking good, and they'll be loved by those who receive them.

Gene Black said...

I was wondering what you were thinking also. LOL.

I am hoping the pieces I am paper piecing multiplied overnight too. Except that one that i messed up on, it don't need to multiply!

Susan In Texas said...

Hi Barb,

They are very pretty! I love that fabric; it really makes up nicely. You did say 60, but perhaps you really meant to say 20? Could be!

Take care,
Susan

joanne lendaro said...

Love these! Dont' think they will multiply, the only time they do is when you don't want them too...

JustCindy said...

Those are cute! Hope they multiplied.

Anonymous said...

I must have missed something -- what are these?

Stephanie said...

So funny! Wouldn't that be nice if they did multiply why we sleep? Meanwhile, I don't see the red background today and I can read your blog much better. I don't why it was a problem before. Looks great.

Susan said...

Looks like you are off to a good start, but seriously...what were you thinking??? ;o)

True Blue Nana said...

I agree what were you thinking! They really look great if that helps.

kpaints said...

60!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ARE YOU CRAZY????

Kaye said...

60 of anything is crazy, I would be so bored after the first few. I give you credit for doing it. Hey Barb, I have an idea---- wrinkle your nose and maybe they will appear! LOL

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

If you're anything like me you might have thought...

60-no problem! They are easy to make. I can just whip them out real fast.

Then you start to make them and think...

60-what was I thinking!!

:)

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Put the lights down low, leave some soft music on, and perhaps a fire in the fireplace. Let us know what happens in the morning! ;)

They are just darling and what nice little treats for your event.

MGM

SewCalGal said...

Very cute. I've seen you make a quilt in a day, so I'm confident these will quickly multiply to 60 before you know it!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Sarcastic Quilter said...

they are looking good!

hetty said...

OMG Barb! You volunteered to make 60 of those! That's something I would do.

Mistea said...

So glad to see that 1 didn't stay lonely for too long - You know you can do it. Enjoy the journey.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Oh you picked a great color, they will love them!

Jan said...

WOW!!! 60!!! You go girl!! They sure are cute!

andsewon said...

I am now singing that tune...;-)
WOW... yes that is a lot for sure!
I used to sew like that for craft shows in my other life...no more.
You are such a good person.
Hugs,
Lola

Cath Ü said...

60... WOW... I hope they start to multiply on there own soon to help you out.....
Keep sewing in case they don't LOL
Caths Blog
Cath Ü

solomi558 said...

What are they going to contain, bluebell is busy making 65 hearts for her daughters wedding in August. She was up to 38 yesterday---------cottonreel

PaTcHwOrK jEnN said...

They look great I am sure the sisters will love them! I know I would.