Friday, June 27, 2014

Finished Walk into the Sunshine

Hello again!
Boy I'm blogging a lot this month. Anyway I finished this piece today. The backstitching drove me nuts and I did it as I went along. But it made the piece so worth it. Now I have started Great Blue Heron for a Seaside quilt.

I have a complaint. This one phone number calls me 3 or 4 times a day saying this is last chance to lower my credit card interest rate. I finally started answering the phone to tell them to take me off the list. The first time they said no problem we'll do. But they called back two days later several times that day, so I told them again take me off your list. They hung up on me before I got the words out, and they have done that 3 days in a row now. I've had it with them. Oh I called the number back to see what would happen and I get "you have reached a nonworking number" but these people just called me from that phone! Monday I think I'm calling my bank. What can I do? I want off their list, I'm sick of their calls I've tried everything to get them to stop!
Well I'm of my soap box.

Until next time....Happy Stitching!


TammyK said...

Cute finish. You do a lot of great quilt pieces for children.
Wish I could help you with your phone calling problem, unfortunately I get unwanted calls occasionally too. If you finally get them to stop please let me know how you did it.

Carol said...

Very nice finish, Barb! Sorry the backstitching got to you :)

I've been receiving an increased number of unwanted calls lately, too. I just re-registered with the Do Not Call registry again for both the state and federal levels. They said it will take 30 days to take effect--I hope it works! Good luck :)

Mary Ann said...

A wonderful finish!!

stitchersanon said...

I just found your it. Funny though cus I could have sworn I was already following it. Ah well, as you can if I struggle with following blogs, I have no idea at all what to do about the phone calls. They will be coming from a call centre and your bank probably doesnt even know about it. There are different ways in different countries. I would pop into your bank; they may know how to take you off their call centre list.