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  1. Thread: Needled or not

    by Midge
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    Re: Needled or not

    As far as I know Warm and Natural has always been needle punched because it has always had a scrim. I see on their website that they now have an all cotton needle punched batting, but I have not...
  2. Thread: Work in progress

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    Re: Work in progress

    Your design is very beautiful. I especially like the switchback lines contrasting with the gorgeous feathers you did. This is lovely and inspiring.
  3. Thread: Jerrod News

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    Re: Jerrod News

    It must be a great ray of hope for all those families suffering to know that Jerrod and his fellow subjects are doing so well. Wishing him the best possible outcome.
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    Re: Pressing Question

    Hello! I've had a wool pressing mat beside my machine for about 3 months now, and I love it. I use it for small units and blocks such as the Splendid Sampler 2 which I am doing as well as for...
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    Re: Looking for this Monster pattern

    Hi! Haven't stopped by the forum for a while, so it was meant to be I guess that I'm here and saw your question. Isn't Pinterest just the most annoying thing ever to try to get usable information?...
  6. Re: Any helpful info about the APP they refer to in the latest BLOCK magazine?

    I have an android phone and that's where I have my Block app downloaded. Yes, the issues available are listed from Vol. 1's issues. Both for regular Block and ModBlock. I stopped my subscription...
  7. Thread: RANT

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    Re: RANT

    Gramma Babs, I'm with you. I worked from the time I was 14, always in fields where interacting with customers or patients was critical to success. All I can say in defense of store clerks today, is...
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    Re: Japanese Plus and Cross quilt

    I love that pattern too, and it's been on my Aspirational To Do list for a long time. Your version is lovely and I'm sure your mom will be delighted with her gift.
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    Re: Rotary cutter blades

    I haven't tried those so I read the reviews on amazon, concentrating on the 1 and 2 star. I read the very same complaint that I experienced when I bought Aurora Arts blades for my 60 mm cutter....
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    Re: My Greatest Craft Fair Yet (pic heavy)

    A great looking display you had there, and such cute items! I know the variety must have drawn so many sales to you. Glad it was a good show for you. Obviously, lots of hard work there.
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    Re: Saying prayers for better days

    Smart of you to let off some steam unloading here, where there are so many kind and supportive people who get your misery. Grief is an all consuming thing at times, even many months after a loss,...
  12. Re: Need help using Superior Mono Poly invisible thread

    Maybe a silly question, but why not use Mono Poly in the bobbin as well?
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    Re: My Home Town Paradise Califorina

    Lily I am so sorry. I was reading this morning about the terrible scale of the devastation and that the town of Paradise is destroyed. I do imagine many folks will not be able to afford to rebuild...
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    Re: IQA Winners announced

    Yes, wow indeed. I so admire and respect the talent and workmanship of these artists. They are inspiring. Edit to add, I meant to mention that I'd heard elsewhere that the winning quilt, Eternal...
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    Re: AAH! Now I understand!

    Oh I am so glad I read this thread! I've started sorting and re-binning my stash (overgrown, too large for my apartment, and not all of it is still of interest to me) so I can change my shelving. The...
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    Re: Home selling help! (long one)

    Frankly I'm a little shocked at how much you have already spent on repairs. Remember every dollar comes out of your downpayment on your next home. The agent is _supposed_ to be working for YOU, not...
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    Re: Birthday alert ** Midge and GerriTN **

    Thanks to all for the sweet birthday wishes. It was a good day and more celebrating to come this weekend.
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    Re: Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt

    I agree with Myrna that some of the people who altered the color palette ended up with beautiful results. But if you decide to do that, I would advise thinking about the color palette she has chosen...
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    Re: Buying fabric to make myself feel better

    Sorry to hear you feeling low. Retail therapy works for me too, and these days it's no longer clothes or shoes, just fabric, threads, floss, perle cotton, lol. Hope you have a nice afternoon and get...
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    Re: My slipcover is finally finished

    Well done! It's very professional looking. I know when you look around your refreshed room it feels worth all that sewing.
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    Re: Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt

    I have done En Provence and I started last year's quilt and have it half pieced. These were challenging for me because of the large number of units at each step, and each unit is pretty small....
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    Re: I'm trading in my machine...AGAIN!!

    It's wonderful to hear a shop is working with you to keep you a happy customer. I don't have advice on model, so it will be interesting to read about what you finally choose
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    Re: Fall Leaves Wool tablerunner

    Lovely assortment of colors in the leaves, and lovely embellishment as well. Your table will be gorgeous!
  24. Thread: Feeling so sad

    by Midge
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    Re: Feeling so sad

    I'm so very sorry to hear of your niece's tragic death. Condolences to you and your whole family. You said a mouthful when you wrote "you just never know". So very true and a reminder to live each...
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    Re: Water soluble stabilizers

    For the dark fabric portions if I need to mark them I just use one of the General quilter's pencils, either silver or white. They are not made with waxes, so they brush off easily or you can use a...
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