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    Re: For those who have lost someone

    Tears can be healing; they help wash away the pain.
  2. Thread: Embroidery machine

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    Re: Embroidery machine

    I'm a beginner at machine embroidery. Terry, I agree that it feels as though I haven't done much other than change thread colors when the machine stops, the hit the start button again. I am enjoying...
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    Re: Castles "Castellers"

    Oh, how interesting! I am amazed at how many people work together to form the base of that human tower.
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    Re: Embroidery machine

    I agree with everyone--get the largest hoop size you can afford. And I second Cathy's advice about buying from a dealer where you can get support.
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    Re: Our Baby Girl has arrived!

    From Z to A! Such a beautiful name for a precious little girl. Congratulations to the whole family.
  6. Thread: Christmas riddle

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    Re: Christmas riddle

    I vote for giving it directly to the grandchild from Grandma, for all the reasons Caroline listed.
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    Re: House Selling Angst

    If there had been an inspection, the buyers could have found something -- anything -- which they could use to back out of the sale. But having second thoughts about climbing stairs with arthritic...
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    Re: House Selling Angst

    Toni, a realtor once told me, "Buyers are liars." In other words, they say they want certain things, but then change their mind. If these people had rejected 80 homes before yours, they are probably...
  9. Thread: WIP Nov 29 - Dec 5

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    Re: WIP Nov 29 - Dec 5

    Claire, it all looks lovely, especially on that beautiful vintage bed.
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    Re: Goofy computer problem

    If the cursor is really long, is it because the font size has changed?
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    Re: Good Sunday Morning

    Nancy, you will learn to love the gas stove once you adjust to it. Unlike an electric cooktop, it heats up quickly and stops generating heat as soon as you turn the burner off. I find it way easier,...
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    Re: Good Sunday Morning

    Indeed, lifelong learning is now a must. I had a bachelor's degree pre-licensure. About 10 years ago, at age 52, I went back to school and earned a master's degree in nursing. My stepdaughter is now...
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    Re: Buying local vs. the internet

    A real win-win! Congratulations on your purchase.
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    Re: Buying local vs. the internet

    I figure there is cost, and then there is value. It's easy to look at the prices and see that the LQS charges more. But the support you can get from your LQS is worth something, too. Sometimes a lot....
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    Re: Laura Heine Collage Quilt Question

    I made a couple of her fish but scaled them down to 90% size of the original. If you have an understanding of the technique, I think you should definitely try making a collage of an original design....
  16. Thread: Machine quilting

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    Re: Machine quilting

    It takes a lot of practice to become proficient at almost anything. I think this looks fantastic for a first attempt!
  17. Re: Inspirational Whole Cloth Quilt is Finished! :)

    Joy, that quilting is amazing. Like Denise, my first thought was, "Someday, I hope I can do that." This quilt will be cherished for sure.
  18. Thread: Slow slow Saturday

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    Re: Slow slow Saturday

    Katrina, you are helping Melinda more than you know simply by being a sympathetic ear. She needs to vent to someone who understands, and her conversations with you allow her to blow off steam without...
  19. Thread: Welcome Friday!

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    Re: Welcome Friday!

    In my area, LA pricing is usually done by the size of the quilt. Custom work starts at $.05 per square inch. It doesn't sound like much until you realize that your quilt is more than 11,000 square...
  20. Thread: WIP Nov 22-28

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    Re: WIP Nov 22-28

    One of the things I love about scrap quilts are the memories associated with each of the fabrics in the quilt. Glad you got to enjoy your trip down memory lane.
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    Re: Slow slow Saturday

    Julie, I'm glad that you scheduled the embroidery lesson on the same day you are taking your sister to evaluate facilities for your mom. You will have something fun and just for you to balance out...
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    Re: What is your Quilting Testimony?

    "Anything to encourage a new quilter." Oh, how sweet, and what a great example of the unselfishness of the quilting community. Not only do we love making and sharing quilts, we want others to feel...
  23. Thread: WIP Nov 22-28

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    Re: WIP Nov 22-28

    Denise, your quilt is beautiful. What other treasures did you discover when you dove to the bottom of your scrap bins? I love batiks and am currently working on this pattern.
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  24. Thread: Welcome Friday!

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    Re: Welcome Friday!

    Joy, you'll really have sticker shock now. I have a king size quilt at the LA now for custom quilting. The estimate is $725, and I am fine with that. I don't make many quilts, but invest a lot of...
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    Re: Your favorite appetizer recipe

    If you want to go with red and green Christmas colors, this is the easiest recipe ever. Get two bricks of cream cheese and place each on a serving plate. Spoon green hot pepper jelly over one of...
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