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  1. Re: For all of you who have ever taught Sunday School...

    So very funny. The car would have been my first guess. TFS
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    Re: Good Morning Saturday! :)

    Claire, that is a beautiful tree, but it looks like it might be kind of putzy. .
  3. Thread: memory lane

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    Re: memory lane

    Never heard of this, I was taught to put a small piece of white paper behind the needle to make the "eye" more visible. Works for me. Gonna try the finger lick idea too thanks,
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    Re: Can I borrow your thinking caps?

    Oh my what a wonderfull list of ideas. The pillowcase is always nice. For my 50th anniversary my sister made 2 embroidered cases white fabric with gold embroidery. I love them.
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    Re: Cracker recipe?

    I have a Litton cookbook too. I think mine was from 1972 when my second son was born. There was a recipe for chocolate pudding cake that was out of this world. I still have the book and will look to...
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    Re: How I missed MSQC!!

    Welcome back, I've missed your postings. Thanks for finding Jennys' tutorial for the cookie plates decoupage, it was just the idea that I needed. My sympathies regarding doctors. They are just too...
  7. Re: Not sure if this goes HERE....but look what I found! An old tutorial of Jenny's for a (simple)Christmas Idea

    Thanks for posting this. Wish I had checked out the forum earlier today. Am planning on having my sisters over to make cookies for Christmas and this will be a super fun thing for them to take home...
  8. Thread: Polka Dots

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    Re: Polka Dots

    Hulamoon, , that is a very "happy looking quilt" That should give Carlie at least a starting point.
  9. Re: Help, please?? Used bad adhesive; ruined precious quilt!

    Oh my, I feel so bad for you, I don't have any advice, but I know someone will come along with the right solution for you. Your quilt looks lovely. Good Luck
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    Re: Slow cooked ribs

    I have to go to a birthday party, but I'm going to re-read your ideas Paisley Thanks for the information.
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    Re: Here is my bowl cozy

    I've heard that about the potato bakers too. My sister bought us some for Christmas, but I'm not going to use them in the microwave, Because I didn't talk to the seller to know for positive sure it...
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    Re: My bowl cozies for craft show

    OMG that is a lot of cozies. Must really be a big seller. Good luck at your shows. I'd buy something if I lived nearby.
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    Re: Recreating design patterns?

    I belong to a quilt group and one of the experienced quilters absolutely Loves to look then figure out how to make it. She uses graph paper and math. It is just amazing to watch her work a pattern...
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    Re: Jenny's last week quilt for a baby

    Jcy, I'm rethinking this pattern too. I have a great-grandbaby due in Oct, so I could possibly get this one done, if I get off the computer and put housework on the back burner, T
    Thanks for showing...
  15. Thread: UFO

    by Patty J
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    Re: UFO

    Beautiful quilt---Now put it away until Jan. and when winter and dull scenery is here pull a little ray of summer out and brighten up your week.
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    Re: 1.5 quart crockpot recipes?

    My small crockpot got broken when DH tried to carry too much stuff and it fell off the top on the cement. I used to use it for dips and hors d'ourves (spelling??) Meatballs in jelly and sauce. It...
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    Re: Slow cooked ribs

    bubba, I have an instant pot and would love to use it for more than cheesecake and hard cooked eggs. Could you tell me your recipe for the ribs? I'd really appreciate it. Thanks
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    Re: Carpets of flowers

    Simply beautiful Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: I AM IN REMISSION!!!!

    Thanks for the great news. May you have fun with your new machine, You deserve it. Having a doctor you trust and believe in is an important part of your progress.
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    Re: No Passport Required

    Lots of work, bet your daughter loves it. Now all she needs is a DVD player and travel log DVDs. You can get them at a local library, At least that is where I get mine. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Courtyard Cabin free pattern download

    Oh, that is so pretty, I have to show this to my sister, She loves all Robert Kaufman fabrics. Thanks for posting.
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    Re: Cooking rice like pasta

    Uribarri, Thanks for posting the pictures. I was in Spain for a short time and tried some paella's and I've not found anywhere else where it tastes as good as I had in Spain. Thanks Pat
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    Re: Quilted But Not A Quilt

    I seldom envy anyones talents, but I sure do wish I could figure out how to embroider even a simple project. You are very talented with needle and thread. Your project is beautiful. Thanks for...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Snippet!

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY May the upcoming year bring you lots of fun and happy adventures.
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    Re: Not a Quilt but Finally a Finish!

    Wish I had learned how to embroider or cross stitch. I love the look and the different things that you can make. Thanks for sharing. Just continue to take one day at a time, you can do this.
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