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  1. Re: Have you made a Bonza! and/or Motherlode bag (from SewLikeARockstar)?

    I don't think as far as instructions, they are much different. The Bonza, aka Motherload is MUCH bigger than the BGB. My issue with all of it, is I refuse to pay any amount of $ for video instruction...
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    Re: Welcome Tuesday

    Good morning all. Yesterday I finished up my bowl cozies for the first show (maybe). Today I plan on working on ID lanyard wallets. I have sold several already, so thinking they will be a good...
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    Re: Welcome Monday

    Good morning Monique, and those to follow. Bad storms rolled through here in the wee hours, and wreaked havoc on the power in some areas. The main part of the little town where DD lives, is...
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    Re: Nina is back in NYC with the Rockettes!

    Can't wait to see any of the performances, to see if I can pick her out. I know how very proud you are of her, and how happy she is being back with them.
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    Re: Sewing basket or what

    The Bionic Gear Bag is a pattern by Sally Thompson. Since Craftsy turned in to what it is now, the pattern is no longer available through there. However after doing a quick search, she is currently...
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    Re: Pattern Name

    I would just add a 2 1/2" strip to each square, add one on the left of the first block in each row, then add a sashing strip between rows, Very simple to do.
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    Re: Sewing basket or what

    I have sewing desk that I keep a LOT of stuff in. But I always have my bionic gear bag, and sew together bags at hand to take with me when I go to the retreat.
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    Re: I AM IN REMISSION!!!!

    This is such GREAT news. I am so happy for you. Glad you found a doc you can have a good relationship with. That is so important when dealing with being seriously ill. Will continue prayers for you...
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    Re: It's Thursday, right?

    So sorry that you are having such a hard time with all you have going on. Pretty sure I would cry too. On the bright side, you will be near daughters and grand daughters. That will go a long way for...
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    Re: Update On Dottie

    So sorry to hear about your precious Dottie. Hopefully she can get some relief with the new meds.
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    Re: It's Thursday, right?

    Thursday it is. This has been a very short week. To much running, and not enough sewing. However sewing has been difficult for me recently with the amount of back pain I am having. Made some Harry...
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    Re: Did you all see this?

    She even went to Jenny's house too.
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    Score...Again

    As many of you know, I LOVE finding bargains on FB Marketplace, and other local sale groups, as well as thrifting. I hit the jackpot yesterday. A woman on Marketplace had posted fabric for sale. She...
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    Re: Big Stitch Quilting Questions

    When I was able to hand quilt, I used Perle 8 for big stitch quilting. I also used a 15" quilting hoop that I was able to use while sitting in my comfy recliner.
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    Re: Hello Wednesday!

    Good morning. Late starting this morning. Late start Wednesday for the grands, so I get to sleep in on Wed. Didn't get much done in the way of sewing yesterday. Spent the entire day running errands...
  16. Thread: BMB Results

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    Re: BMB Results

    So sorry to hear such disconcerting news. You had every right to yell at the doctor, with his 'not my problem' attitude. Pretty sure I would searching for a new oncologist. Will continue prayers for...
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    Re: Good Tuesday Morning

    Good morning all. I know I haven't been as active on the forum for a while, and I think it is time to remedy that.
    Today will be busy for me. Middle GD has 2 orthodontist appointments I have to...
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    Re: Jenny's last week quilt for a baby

    What a great baby quilt.
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    Re: Machine lifespan

    Unfortunately, we live in a throw away society, so sadly many do end up in landfills. I personally would not spend $150 to repair a machine that only cost $200 to begin with. If everyone with broken...
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    Re: What is taboo

    Mix away. It is your quilt. There are no rules about mixing fabrics. Do what makes you happy. I personally love me some metallics in Winter and Fall quilts.
  21. Re: Names and types of fabrics in each of the shops in Hamilton

    This is a map of all the shops in town. It is pretty easy to navigate. Everything is right there within a 2 block area. If you are facing the main shop...down to the right is The Mercantile, and...
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    Re: Machine lifespan

    I would not consider that a throw away machine. Take it to an authorized Brother repairman though to have it serviced and repaired. My guy charges $150 just to look at it, to clean and for general...
  23. Thread: 2020.....

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    Re: 2020.....

    As Karen has said, we all fondly remember you and Jean playing guitar, and Jenny singing along with you. We certainly hope you plan to come to another retreat with us. You can visit grands then come...
  24. Thread: 2020.....

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    Re: 2020.....

    Your spin on the retreat is quite interesting.
    There have not been 40 in attendees since the 3rd year. There are only allowed to have 37. We have averaged between 25 and 30....there were a few...
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    Re: Missouri* T-shirt sizing?

    I think they run true to size. I have many from there.
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