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  • Carlie Wolf
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    Trixie's Stash (Trixie was her nickname )

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  • Monique
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    Dianora's Rotary Cutter

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  • peepers613
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    Theresa's Iron

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  • SallyO'Sews
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    Charlie's Snips. (Yes, my grandmother was really named Charlie. My great-grandmother was sure she was having a boy, whom she had already named Charles. My grandmother always hated the fact that she had a "boy's" name; she took it out on my aunt by naming her Carolyn Lillian.)

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  • sleepydiver
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    Ina Mae or Pearl's Patterns.

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  • lots2do
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    Originally posted by stitchwishes View Post
    Dotty's &-$)€]*{£%#!?! Thumb Pricking Needle Shop

    I just picked up a pincushion I haven't quite finished making, just to get it out of the way, and yup a needle was sticking right out of the half closed seam and into my thumb!

    I'd go shopping at Bessie Stripology! Haha nothing is less fun than a stuffy quilt shop. I do always wish Eleanor Burns owned that ruler name, would've been hysterically funny.
    Love the name of your Dottie's shoo. Hate when that happens!

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  • GuitarGramma
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    Grace's Straight Stitch!

    (BTW, everyone please be aware that our forum is accessible to the public. Make sure you never use your Grandma's name as a password if you posted it here. I chose to use a great aunt.)

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  • Pandabear
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    Vera's Wonder Clip

    that sounds more like a beauty shop than a quilt shop though

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  • lovemyavy
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    Mine would be Iris's Iron. Grandma Iris passed on her love of sewing to me. I sure do miss her.

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  • snippet
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    Originally posted by laura44 View Post
    You don't hear many of the old names anymore.
    So true. I guess when I get to be a grandma, my grandkids will think my name is old? awww. I hope not. Seems now a days everyone names their kids the same name. I'm working at my church's Vacation Bible School this week and there are so many duplicate names it makes it hard to identify a kid.

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  • amartin24
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    Elsa's Sewing Machine or Edith's Scissors.

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  • 309Bella
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    Mildred' s Ruler and Rotary

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  • quiltsRfun
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    Originally posted by laura44 View Post
    You don't hear many of the old names anymore.
    Right. Mine would be Ethel's Pins & Needles or Albina's Scissors. I dearly loved both of my grandmothers but I don't see either of those as a good name for a quilt shop. Both of them made quilts but as they had large families and limited funds their quilts were utility quilts to keep the family warm made quickly with what was on hand.

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  • stationarymom
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    Bea's needle and thread

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  • Kat Smith
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    Agnes or Elizabeth" Cutting Matt

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