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  1. Re: Pattern for lap quilts for individuals in wheelchairs

    Thank you for taking the time to do that and provide me with more info. It doesn't seem to be an issue for me, but some of the folks who are sewing are a bit on the newbie side.
  2. Re: Pattern for lap quilts for individuals in wheelchairs

    Thank you for taking the time to send this. I agree, clever in many respects.
  3. Re: Pattern for lap quilts for individuals in wheelchairs

    Thank you for taking the time to give me some guidance! Appreciate it.
    I did do a couple of demos, but since I won't be the only one sewing, I thought a pattern might be helpful as well as sizes. ...
  4. Pattern for lap quilts for individuals in wheelchairs

    Does anyone know of a free pattern which can be used for making simple, yet practical lap quilts for those in wheel chairs. I have donated flannel fabric which would be perfect as whole cloth, no...
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    Re: table topper

    Stunning is the only word I can come up with.
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    Re: different fabrics on quilt top

    Here's the link to Jenny's tutorial https://quiltingtutorials.com/tutorial/make-a-four-square-quilt-with-jenny:// and there was a recent post from a member who made a baby quilt using that pattern. ...
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    Re: Melatonin?

    Melatonin works, but can cause incredible dreaming. If you try it, take the lowest dose.
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    Re: Jenny's last week quilt for a baby

    Sweet and well done!! Love the colors. Lucky baby, too!
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    Re: Strings?!@

    Had to say that I just love your quilt. Thank you for the link.
  10. Re: What would you make with this medical/nurse fabric?

    Like these ideas, too! I'll just bet tote bags or zipper pouches would sell to those in the field or as a gift to someone who is.
    Love the fabrics.
  11. Re: Unwanted Vintage Machines Become.....

    Great use of vintage machines which are not reparable. I try to save them. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Another baby quilt top

    How sweet is that? Just love it! Nice finish.
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    Re: Looking for a font for baby quilt

    Here's another site: https://www.urbanfonts.com/fonts/outline-fonts.htm
    Congratulations!
  14. Re: My 2 quilts (second attempt to post with images)

    Your work is lovely! What lovely gifts for the GBs.
    Keep it up! Thanks for sharing.
  15. Re: Disappearing Nine-Patches for Donation

    DNP is one of my favorite easy go to patterns. Your combinations are lovely. I'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite. Your generosity and talent are applauded!!!
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    Re: Anyone else thought about this?

    I have several vintage singers, including Featherweight, 301, 99K, etc. They all sew beautifully and are solid as a rock. I do use a Brother computerized machine for almost all of my sewing,...
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    Re: How to get rid of back pain

    Back pain is no fun. Here's a youtube video which might provide some info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeAbw5Bg338

    https://sewingmachinetalk.com/how-to-avoid-shoulder-pain-when-sewing/
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    Re: satin binding - make or pre-made?

    When using premade, one side is wider than the other, it goes to the back https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FV98CR5B3N0
  19. Re: Dorian to hit Atlantic Canada - to go, no go

    Go with your instincts. Stay safe. It may be important for your friend, and I can understand that. However, putting yourself in potential danger to get there, would, I am sure, not be what her...
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    Re: My nightmare/ DH Pipedream

    You were so on target with making the drive down there to see the impact of any difficult weather. Glad you did it; sorry if you lost some cash, but better that than a "huge" mistake! No wonder...
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    Re: My new vintage Singer 99 (1925)

    Keep an eye out for a Featherweight. Harder and harder to find; lots out on eBay all the time. Prices are down right now. I still have two of the four I had. Sold off two since I really wasn't...
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    Re: My new vintage Singer 99 (1925)

    For safety, and you probably know this, never leave the vintage machines plugged in when not in use. They can be a fire hazard.
    I also collect and restore vintage singers. The 99 is a beauty. I...
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    Re: Layout question

    Love the colors you are using. Both are super, I think blending them would be the best. Layout? I can't decide. Can't wait to see the finished product.
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    Re: Well traveled, no passport

    This is absolutely funny (or should I say sad)! No wonder their costs go up and up. Sorry, of course, for the delay for you.
  25. Re: looking for a really good tutorial on making a oversized ironing board.

    Here's a tut. I don't think you need insulbrite. It might push moisture back into what you might be pressing. I wouldn't recommend it.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQ0DIDPbDxw
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