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    Re: Since we're taclking about scraps ....

    Thanks, Karen! I plan on working on them during the retreat. Goal is to get 1 a month done during the next 16 months. If my math is correct it takes about 90 feet of 2 inch strips per top. I know...
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    Re: Scrap storage

    I sorted by size and kept them in small bins - 2 inch in smallest. Larger than 2 1/2 to 4 inch the next bin size up and so on. Strips 6 inches and up were put around comic book boards. Never kept...
  3. Re: National Quilters Circle Quilt for a Cause

    You put a lot of work and talent into that Linus quilt! Beautiful.
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    Since we're taclking about scraps ....

    Scrap storage was addressed on another thread. I'd like to add my 2 cents.

    I'm working on a project that has used up a vast majority of my stash. The block is based on the Ocracoke Cracker...
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    Re: Hello from Ferluknat Farm

    Hi Hollykay - I hope to meet up with you this year. I meant to meet up with Charyti at your shop last year but timing wasn't right. Welcome to the forum ... and hope you will share more of your...
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    Re: UPDATE ON DOTTIE....

    It never seems to hurt less no matter how many have gone over the bridge. Each one holds a special place in our hearts. So sorry ... Virtual hugs to you.
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    Re: I'm Curious To Know.....???

    In North Carolina the cutting table and storage area is in a light green room; Sewing machines are in a light pink room.

    In Chicago everything fits in the room addition which is paneled with...
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    Re: quilter review

    I found one at that price ... BUT ... it's QuiltCut Strip Savvy XL Slotted Quilting Ruler, QCGE1XL (24" x 17") not the Stripology XL. Looks a bit different but should work the same.

    If you did...
  9. Re: New Illinois Member - Chicago Area (Western Suburbs)

    Hello - We may be close to one another. My time is split between coastal North Carolina and Chicago (Midway Airport area.) This is a great group with lots of helpful information so know you can...
  10. Re: Anyone try the Quilt as You Go Hexi yet?

    I had some left over Wrap-n-Zap from making bowl cozies. Used that instead of regular batting and sewed up a bunch for small Christmas presents. I think they are a perfect size for a small mug rug....
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    Re: Heard From Lenore in Australia

    Thanks for the update. I was pretty sure she wasn't directly affected and happy to hear you confirmed that for us.
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    Re: Just curious

    I try my best to get as many as I can afford. $40 for $50 is like getting a 20% discount. And when you use it during a sale it's like a double discount. Or you can look at it as 10 orders shipped...
  13. Thread: Promo code?

    by Judy, USMC
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    Re: Promo code?

    And I've been known to mistake a B for an 8. Also, like sydneybean, a 0 (zero) for the letter O.

    I've gotten used to increasing the screen resolution to 125% to make the code clearer. Before I...
  14. Re: New 2 1/2" Hexi Template - maybe a methods improvement

    Just made a bunch to gift ... making singles to use as mug rugs.

    No special fabric folding pen and used the regular Dritz 1 7/8 inch glass head pins. I'm pressing not ironing so no chance of...
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    Re: Microwave cozy / Q on using one

    I wouldn't consider putting it in an oven. The microwave cooks without a hot heat source so the air inside the cooking chamber stays relatively cool. The regular oven, on the other hand, cooks at...
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    Re: Pictures of our Colorado Snow Storm

    Heard that the snow was falling in a great amount ... but the winds were making it so much worse. Seeing any of those wind-driven drifts in your area, Joy?
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    Re: 2020 MSQC Fall Forum Registration

    Charyti - It's getting close for some quilters to start hinting for Christmas presents. I was wondering how many beds at the Sewing Center are still available ....

    It looks to me like all the...
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    Re: Remembrance Day/Veterans Day

    I proudly served for 20+ years ... and am honored to have had the opportunity. Sherri, please pass my thanks to her; nice to know there are young ladies that will carry on in the following...
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    Re: Never say never

    That's a great idea that I'm sure she will appreciate. (I just got a bit confused when you originally posted the amount you made in the first post.)
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    Re: beaches, sunsets and boats

    Terry ~ wondering if you go fishing on the intercoastal side or ocean side? You should consider motoring over to Hammocks Beach State Park and pick up some dead Sand Dollars on the ocean side (if...
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    Re: Never say never

    Just wondering if the whole set (4 cozies and 2 zappers) were all made with this material. If so you may want to get them all back from her since there is a risk using any of them.

    I'm sure you...
  22. Thread: PICU Quilts

    by Judy, USMC
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    Re: PICU Quilts

    Great group of ladies working and donating to a wonderful outreach directly to the kids. That hospital really helped Gabe! Hopefully I'll be able to help more in 2020.
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    Re: Hello from PA

    Welcome from my current location - Chicago. I used to visit my aunt in Reading and made it a point to stop by the Lancaster shops. I'm sure your experience will be helpful in providing some helpful...
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    Re: A Fantastic Craft Show

    Glad you had a successful weekend with M's help, of course.

    Karen - I love the bowl cozies in the winter for heating my bowl of soup or morning oatmeal quickly in the microwave. And it prevents...
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    Re: Nice gesture or a little creepy?

    I would interpret it as a drop off of something they forgot to give you when you were there.

    Now it would be creepy to me if there was a representative standing at the door wanting to hand it to...
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