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    Re: How to Tea Dye a quilt

    I agree. It’s really a pretty quilt, if it was me I’d just quilt it & not worry about the very slight color differences. If anyone is rude enough to point it out then say it was a design decision. ...
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    Re: CLLI Codes/Abbreviations

    Are you asking about things like HST? That’s half square triangle. Took me awhile on this forum to figure out the abbreviations like DH for darling husband,,,
    I seem to remember someone made a...
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    Re: Thursday Trivia: Hammocks 🌴

    I really enjoy your trivia posts! Please keep it up.
    This one is particularly interesting. Thanks !
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    Re: Quilting a string quilt

    I’ve made several string quilts & never really had a problem with stretching. Try folding it lengthwise then width wise. If it folds up fairly evenly then in my opinion I’d go ahead & have it...
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    Re: do you think

    I wouldn't try the bleach on the quilt yet... Try it on a piece o scrap first. I once splashed bleach on some fabric & it ate a hole through it when I rinsed it off. Bleach can be very caustic.,...
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    Re: Too many quilting ideas!

    We moved to Oregon about 18 months ago & I just got my sewing room back together in the last 6 months. As part of my unpacking & organizing I went through all my bins, boxes, bags etc & made a...
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    Re: scrappy rickrack

    Just lovely! I think mixing the embroidery with quilting is brilliant!!
    Another triumph. :)
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    Re: Scrappy top ready for quilting

    So pretty! I love scrap quilts best of all! When I look at the ones I’ve made I remember all the quilts that are represented in it.
    Great job!
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    Re: Monday Trivia: Oregon

    Thanks for this post!
    We moved to Aurora OR to be close to our grandkids, half live just 5 miles away & the others live 3 1/2 hours away in Washington. Easy drive for us. Now I have a lot of...
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    Re: Diamonds on a Shoestring budget!

    I love string quilts! & that one is a beauty! Makes it even better that it didn’t cost an arm & a leg. Haha
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    That's one of the nicest T-shirts I've seen, so evocative of Hawaii. The only thing I could think of would be to use some of the parts you cut off to fill in the arm/neck hole so you can cut a...
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    Re: Using up my scraps

    Love it! Great job!
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    Re: Donated batting

    You might want to check Amazon. I got a 10 yard roll of 45” wide for about $45 plus free shipping for Prime members. I also bought a roll of 90” wide by 10 yards for $130. That one was extra cheap...
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    Re: I need advice...will this work?

    Terry that’s a really beautiful beautiful quilt! Heirloom quality!
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    Re: Hello from Oregon x 3!

    Welcome from another Oregonian (transplanted from So Cal via MInnesota, Arizona & New York). Finally in our final home & loving retirement here in the Pacific Northwest
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    Re: It's a Girl!!

    Congratulations to you all. Grand babies are the best!
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    Re: Hello from Oregon!

    Welcome from another Oregonian (although a new Oregonian).
    And YES everyone here totally understands your thinking process! I’ve told my kids what to charge at my estate sale for all my quilting...
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    Re: New member from Oregon

    Welcome from Aurora, I’m finding that Oregon has more quilt stores per capita than my old home in California.. aren’t we lucky!
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    My daughter in law turned me onto the USPS website & I signed up for “Informed Delivry”. I get an email each morning with a picture of the mail that’s coming & notice of any packages too. I highly...
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    Re: Coffee Can cover

    The pattern I used was called "Pocket Canister" by Lynn Knox, published by Robertson's Enterprises. The web site listed is quilt, fabric, virginia robertson, pattern, applique, foundation piecing,...
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    Re: coffe can caddie

    love this!! I got the pattern a couple of years ago at my LQS. Its pretty easy to make & its so useful. Mine sits on my sewing table & holds everything, rotary cutters, scissors, my marking tools,...
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    Re: Geometry help

    If I'm understanding you the pink squares should be 5" & the blue squarts wold be 9.5" . What I would do is try making a practice block using your measurements & see if it works. If it doesn't...
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    Re: Lightbulb moment! Storing batting

    Judy, that story sounds like things that happen to me.. I store my batting in a few of those rolling under bed storage boxes by Rubbermaid. My kids gave them to me when they were cleaning out their...
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    Re: Wait till you see these

    Terry you did a great job on the quilting... hope they all make the Shriners lots of $$$
    Shirley, I really like your quilt,, love the colors
    And he s all oped borders on he other one are very...
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    Re: Thankful this forum!

    I just joined the local guild & have only attended a couple of meetings. This guild has an annual "Quilters' College" workshop where members teach a technique they know well to others who want to...
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