Friday, September 16, 2011

Yee haw! Pants on fire...

Oh boy, this is getting "funner and funner" - that ain't good grammar, I know, but this project seems to have a wild, crazy, pantless mind of its own!
Boxer Rebellion is beginning to come together!!

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)

24 comments:

  1. its adorable!! glad your husband has a sense of humor!

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  2. Oh, what a wonderful morning you made for me!

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  3. LOL! This is hilarious! Love it.

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  4. Yes! I have seen your under pants. They are lovely!
    Linda in Southern Illinois

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  5. I think this is fabulous and I love watching the progress! It just makes me snicker out loud.

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  6. Pants on the ground! Pants on the ground! LOL

    (For some reason my google account doesn't let me post on your blog. rlarson6128@charter,net)

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  7. Hilarious....I think lots of women have seen his underpants now. Oh dear!

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  8. Looks like you are having a great time!!! What a great block - love it!!

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  9. YOU are a maniac!!!! LOL I see London, I see France... LOL Excellente!!
    Blessings,
    Mary Lou

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  10. This is great. Hope hubby appreciates the finished quilt...I know we will!
    Beckie in Brentwood, TN

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  11. PMP! Tis is such funny project. I am glad your dh has a good sense of humor, I'm afraid mine not take it as well!

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  12. I think your a genius, really fun blocks!

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  13. Oh my gosh, that is hysterical!! I LOVE it! Your embroidery is too cute--and the blocks are great.

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  14. You are just so funny! I love this project. Wonderful fabrics too....
    Jane

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  15. ROFLMAO! Oh, this is just too good. You know.. you could position one of those orange hearts in a very particular spot...

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  16. omg this is hysterical!!!!
    I can't wait till you give him this quilt
    we need to see pictures of his reaction!!!!!!!!
    Kathie

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  17. Hee hee...and of course Period in the UK means something different ... and men don´t have them :)

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  18. I'm really enjoying your progress on this one!

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  19. That's going to be such a cute quilt!

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