Thursday, April 12, 2012

1200 Yo Yo's, More To Go


Here are 200

A coverlet is in the makings

Using up LOTS of ugly fabrics

I. LIKE.

32 comments:

  1. They sure don't look like ugly fabrics now!

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  2. WOW--I thought my heagonomania was baaaad......Julierose (LOL) :-))

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  3. WoW!!! This one will be amazing!

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  4. Been there, done that - you will love it. They are very addicting. Mine had around 1200 total I think.

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  5. Wow, you have been busy. I made a table-topper but you are sure WAY more ambitious than I was. I can't wait to see more!

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  6. Holy cow! That's a lot of yo-yo's! lol

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  7. Not ugly at all now.. girl you must have a lot of patience to make all those

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  8. Oh, my. That will be a lot of yo-yos! I don't think I would have the tenacity to make more than a mug rug. Good for you!! It will be stunning!

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  9. I like them too! Oh, but that's gonna be a LOT of yo-yos!
    :-}pokey

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  10. I likey, too! These are sweet!

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  11. I made a full size YoYo coverlet - took zillions it seems. I love things made with YoYos. I made it just so I could fold it and lay it on the foot of my bed - it looks so lovely there.

    Now I am making YoYos again, to redo the vintage YoYo quilt I got at a thrift store - have you seen it on my blog? I am using the Clover Yo Yo maker - medium. Have you used that? It is super fun and easy. My YoYos are 1 3/4" across when finished. I have 250 pieces of fabric cut and about 35 done - a long ways to go.

    We will make our YoYos together. :-)

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  12. I LIKE, too, and I don't see anything ugly here...

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  13. Oh my...that's a lot of circles to cut. Your pile of yoyo's looks sweet .

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  14. Ugly transformed! 1200 to go? um... better stop counting for awhile and just plow ahead. Have fun.

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  15. Wowsers, that is a lot of yo-yos! But I don't see any uglies there. I would have to patience for a coverlet . . . for a doll bed, if that. Good luck!

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  16. Why can't I spell anything when I leave you a comment?? Oh yeah, because you blow my mind! hee hee!

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  17. OH my gosh this is gonna be fun! Love it.

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  18. I think I have made about 4 of these in my whole life. That seemed like enough. These are so cute! Love all the colors, this will be amazing!

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  19. WHOA! That is a lot of yo-yos. Beautiful!

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  20. One of these days I'm going to make yoyos. They are so cute.

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  21. They're not ugly any more! Making yo-yos is like eating m&ms to me. Just can't stop...

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  22. OH MY How long have you been making the yo yo's?? This is going to make a beautiful quilt!

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  24. I've always known you were mad, and this just about proves it!

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  25. Just happened upon your very entertaining blog through Sujata's blog. I thought your idea of the Kool-aid stand clever and I find it interesting that you're not buying fabric to protest the cost. Having just been to a few beautiful quilt shops in the States (on holiday), I must say that I was surprised at how quickly the price tag piled up. Guess I'll continue to buy at my local flea market with the piles of used clothes.
    best from Tunisia,
    nadia

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  26. That is going to be one gorgeous quilt! How long do you think it will take to make 1200 more?

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