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    Re: Good Tuesday Morning

    Good morning.

    The sun is shining today but unfortunately it rained yesterday and the GKs couldn't play outside. Too bad. DH has a hard time with lots of people. We were 15 for dinner, and it...
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    Re: Melatonin?

    Whoa, I must produce a lot of melatonin, I dream like crazy every night. The dreams are what wakes me up. I usually don't have trouble falling asleep, but weird dreams keep me up. Years ago a...
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    Re: What is taboo

    Welcome from Ottawa. You can certainly mix cotobns with metallic cottons in a quilt. No rules. If you are talking about the thin shiny metallic polyester used for costumes, I would say no, as these...
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    Re: Crazy quilt question

    The thread weight should be fine on your very beautiful quilt. I'm assuming that you are doing your decorative stitches before you sandwich and tie.
  5. Re: Birthday alert **sherriequilts**

    Happy birthday and best wishes throughout the year.
  6. Re: Monday - Columbus Day Greetings! :)

    Good morning all,

    Happy Columbus Day to American friends and today is Canadian Thanksgiving. It was also my parents' wedding anniversary. I will try to reach mom today. She doesn't always pick...
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    Re: Machine lifespan

    Sewing machines can last a long time or a really short time. I have found that regular maintenance and cleaning make them last. Learn how to clean areas such as bobbin case, any open crevices that...
  8. Re: Can I make Jenny's Windmill block with fat quarters?

    I think if you use your bundle for 2 1/2" strips, you would be ok. You would need 2 strips of each colour for each block. I would cut the 5 1/2" from yardage. You would then cut in 2. I would test...
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    Re: Good Sunday Morning

    Good morning,
    It's still dark, and we are both up. I woke up early, I was dreaming of the dead mouse DH found in his train room. I had visions of little mice unpacking their suitcases for a winter...
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    Re: It's Saturday! :)

    I've been through the staging phase many times, but after its done, I rather like it and think 'wow, so much more space'. That's when I remember to declutter and rotate pictures on the wall, side...
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    Re: It's Saturday! :)

    Good morning Joy and everyone who follows,

    It's sunny and crisp now, but we are to get some rain later today. I will try and run errands to get the last items needed for Monday's Thanksgiving...
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    Re: Waving from West Wales

    Hi Sue, welcome to the forum from the suburbs of Canada's capital.
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    Re: WiP Oct 11 - 17, 2019

    I don't know how much quilting I will do in the next week, as I'll be cooking and getting ready for our Thanksgiving on Monday, then to prep fabrics (yes, still haven't cut background) and pack for a...
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    Re: 2020.....

    Thanks for the dates. Time to put all events, trip wishes in a bucket to draw and plan. I told DH that I want us to go more places next year and I want to go to more retreats.
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    Re: Missouri* T-shirt sizing?

    The one I have is thinner and soft. I don't like heavy t-shirts generally as I find them rougher on the skin. The one I have is ' I didn't chose the quilting life, it chose me'.
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    Re: How to make edible fabric!

    Oh that is so cool, and could make a fun project to make with kids.

    This would be a neat idea for decorating. There was a similar video that also came up, and she had prints and writing, but...
  17. Re: New to Quilting and Hello from North Carolina

    Welcome to the forum from Canada. I'm certain that you will enjoy your quilting journey with every new block made, and every stitch ripped out. Jack the Ripper is a stern teacher.
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    Re: Carpets of sawdust

    Wow. This is amazing, strikingly beautiful. I wouldn't want to be the first person to walk on it, or even walk on it. All that work and gone in a day. This makes me want to visit even more. Keep...
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    Re: It's Friday

    Good morning everyone,

    Our beautiful Fall weather continues. I wish I could bottle this up. Yesterday I did about 3-4 hrs of yardwork. Our side yard is on a corner / street and itt seems city...
  20. Re: Make a "Pumpkin Spice" Quilt with Jenny Doan

    Adorable. I will keep to watch at bedtime, encouraging pumpkin dreams.
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    Re: Helloooooooooooooo!

    Welcome from Canada. Enjoy the forum and do share your projects and quilts that you have made.
  22. Re: If You're Close to Arnold, MO

    Looks like a good one. I'm happy That it's not close by.
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    Re: Autumn Runner

    It's beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: diamond pavers start

    Ok. I am glad for everyone who jump in to make the new patterns. I will remember what you have shared, to learn.

    It's going to be a cute one.
  25. Re: Thanks - item came in 3-4 days

    Today, I received the silicone iron pad that was missing from another order. I think I'm all caught up. Yeah!
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