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January 14, 2008

Comments

lisa

gift basket , I love the fabric , it would be a shame to toss it !

Angie

I agree with Lisa!

marne

Looks great to me! Definitely gift basket...and how frustrating when a project doesn't go right! I am not very patient then and it's me against the machine and busted needles and lack of ironing and refusing to lay stuff out on a flat surface and wondering why there's a lump when I'm all done. grrrr. But I love sewing. And this all reminds me of Troy & Nora's lumpy wedding quilt they got a few years back. I still owe them a new one (preferably from Target or someplace :))

jill s

PUT IT IN. i am still drooling over that pink butterfly fabric.

tina a.

If you threw that away, I would have to cry. As a non- sewer (that looks really weird), it's a masterpiece. And I'm guessing that even if I knew how to sew, I would still love it. I got some awesome chenille (sp?) at a garage sale a couple of years ago, and you're giving me the bug to make something with it.

Anna Beth

Love it! Don't toss it - give it away if you don't want it!! I'm sure someone (like me) would love to have it!

~ Junkyard Jennifer

I love it. Who cares if it peeks out a little! It's too cute to even think about tossing.

suetreiber

don't throw it anywhere other than in the gift basket. HOmemade gifts don't have to be perfect to treasure!

KJS

Oh don't throw it away, it's darling. I just love it. Anything with pink is so darn cute of course that being I just have boys around here except Liv. If you really have to just hang on to it, someday maybe I will have another girl and will gladly take the burden off your hands. I would be proud to show off a little sweet pea in that.

Amy @ Hope Is the Word

Repeat after me: imperfections=character. It's handmade, not "homemade." Any gift recipient worth her salt knows this. Into the gift basket with it!

Judy

I like it. Don't throw it away, smaller sizes are actually nicer for using. I crocheted a blanket for a new grandchild and it was lopsided, but no one ever knew. I think you did a great job on it.

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