I had an easier time with the loops on this one, but have to be honest and say there is one major bugger spot. The last t-shirt on the last row (I'm Grumpy) has really rubber-like letters and the machine caught on it and didn't want to move. I really had to jerk it to make it move, so that loop is pretty awful! You can see it below, but over all I'm happy with it and you don't really see it from the front.
If you don't see it on the front it on the "py". I also got some flack because I had the nerve to put an OU t-shirt next to a Texas t-shirt. That is a big deal down here, but my response was that's the way I roll. To be honest I'm not even sure where I got these shirts, but somehow I'm guessing from Callie.
Since I finished this on Monday that gave me Tuesday to work on something else and so I began piecing my Kissing Booth Turning Twenty top. I have to admit I love this pattern. The pieces are large so they show off the fabrics wonderfully and it so very easy to put together. I have the center of the top done. But still have to do the three borders.
After two very productive days things came to a halt. Partly because Wednesday after work I decided to re-arrange the family room. Something Sharla has been wanting for several weeks, but we've not been able to get Cole to do for one reason or another. So leave it to me to decide, I can manhandle all the furniture. I did get most of it done, and all of the really big stuff I moved (but my back was saying..."What are you thinking"). Cole helped us finish up last night. It still has lots that needs to be done, but Sharla and I are much happier. I did get a few half square triangle blocks done last night, and I'll show you more of that later. Today I'm linking up with . . . Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Link a Finish Friday, TGIFF...at Sew Giving, NTT (Needle and Thread Thursday) and Fabric Frenzy Friday @ Fort Worth Fabric Studio.