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    Tension Tangles

    We have had a few people recently with tension problems so I thought this might be a useful link for all of us to refer to.
    http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.c...n-tangles.html
    Lynn

    "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass....it's about learning to dance in the rain" Anonymous.

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    Good article, thanks Lynn!!
    ~Laurie

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      Thanks Lynn just what the "Doctor ordered" less need for a stiff shot of ?? what ever calms you down when the darling in your life makes you nuts!!!

      God Bless,
      Jan G.
      Jan G :icon_wave:


      THE HURRIER I GO,
      THE BEHINDER I GET!!!!
      :lol:

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        I just want to THANK ALL OF YOU who are kind enough to share knowledge and ideas that you find on the web. I've gotten some really useful info. and great ideas for projects I'm doing, and hope to do in the future. I've accumulated a lot of info. in my quilting folder on my desk top, mostly from links received by gals on the MSQC Forum. THANKS!!!!
        Goodbye Europe! Hello California! Home sweet home.

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          Great article from Leah Day. Also, I'm using her Isacord thread and I absolutely love it. I know some of you say you only use cotton thread on your quilts because of the shrinking that goes on in the washing machine, but I disagree with that. I think this thread is wonderful stuff, thin but very strong. It doesn't seem to have any affect on the way my quilts look after washing. Because it's thin it also lasts much, much longer on the bobbin.
          Goodbye Europe! Hello California! Home sweet home.

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