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    Re: What is a good value for LAQ?

    3500 x .025 = $87.50 (you had your decimal in the wrong place)
  2. Thread: what is

    by Caroline T.
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    Re: what is

    Mine would have to be my hand carved seam ripper. The shape & weight fit my hand perfectly so no cramping in the fingers, and with as much ripping I do... much appreciated! LOL
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    Re: Newbie from Florida

    Welcome Theresa from a Florida transplant (now residing in Washington State)
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    Re: Had a quilt sale today

    WOWZA, that is such a blessing for the Shriners Hospital.
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    Re: How to chose the quilting thread

    JJ, I check the upper tension every time I change the bobbin thread (By sewing on some scrap fabric).

    My vintage machine has a drop in bobbin, and with the old bobbin winder, I don't trust it to...
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    Re: Help! Thread keeps breaking.

    The area that surprised me the most was under the feed dog plate. When I first inherited my 201, I had been faithful to clean the bobbin area and tension knobs regularly, but after several months,...
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    Re: How to chose the quilting thread

    The heavier the thread the smaller the (weight) number is. So 50w thread is thinner than 40w thread. Thread measurements will often also contain a second number i.e. 50/2 or 50/3. the second...
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    Re: Tuesday hellos!!

    Good Morning all. I don't often post to the morning greeting thread as my life is less than exciting most of the time, but I do want to share my excitement.

    Tomorrow evening I fly back to my...
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    Re: Donna's FREE Criss-Cross pattern!

    Thank you, I really like that one
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    Re: Big Wonky Stars Question

    In this pattern, "Wonky" refers to the various sizes of the star points. They are not uniform or consistent, therefore they are "Wonky".

    No matter how you cut triangles (which are what the star...
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    Re: Big Wonky Stars Question

    Laurie, what's your question?
  12. Re: Make a "Night Sky" Quilt with Jenny Doan

    It appears the digital copy of the pattern is available:...
  13. Thread: BACKING

    by Caroline T.
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    Re: BACKING

    I generally use just one fabric for the backing, but have used multiple pieces for backing also. Pieced backs are commonly used, and can add an additional design element to a quilt. Not to mention...
  14. Re: Make a "Vintage Blossom" Quilt with Jenny Doan

    "Something off"...I thought the same thing. Finally figured out what it was for me. Traditionally most grandma's flower quilts the flowers aren't lined up so precise. They're usually staggered....
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    Re: It never fails.....

    What is a receipt??? Oh you mean those little scraps of paper that accumulate in the bottom of my purse until I get a good handful of them to crumple up and throw away?

    Actually, I had used the...
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    It never fails.....

    Tuesday evening I removed a quilt from the LA frame and was preparing to trim the edges. I reached for my 60 mm rotary cutter, but it wasn't in it's usually spot on the pegboard.

    Looked in the...
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    Re: Jerrod News

    So happy to hear Jerrod is doing well. Being down to one dose a day is such a HUGE improvement and also a great gauge to show how successful the gene therapy study has been for him so far.
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    Re: Wednesday Trivia: Earthquake 🌎

    A little more trivia

    Richter scale
    The Richter magnitude scale was developed in 1935 by Charles F. Richter of the California Institute of Technology as a mathematical device to compare the size...
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    Re: Work in progress

    If I could do feathers half as lovely as yours, I would be thrilled. You do such a terrific job on your quilting.
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    Re: North Star Quilt

    Stunning quilt, and I especially love the border.
  21. Re: Wishing everyone in Texas, Okla and area safety

    Just heard from my brother in Oklahoma City, some tornados touched down about 50 miles from him , lots of hail and rain, and they had some minor flooding in their home. Working on drying out the...
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    Re: Yardage vs jelly roll

    1 jelly roll equals 2.8 yards of fabric.

    But remember a jelly roll usually has lots of different fabric in it (unless the pattern calls for a single solid color jelly roll), so the fewer fabrics...
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    Re: Palliative Care

    "believe it or not I had made exactly the number for each patient's family to have one. "

    I believe when God speaks to our hearts and we listen, we'll never be lacking what is needed at that time....
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    Re: new covers for my new chairs

    Very nice.
  25. Re: I may be revamping my pattern storage. Your opinions needed.

    I tend to download patterns, and buy lots of Quilting magazines. I don't have as much as it sounds like you have, but my collection is more than I like to have taking up space (especially the...
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