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    Re: PLEASE PRAY....

    Hope the surgery gets it all. It is so difficult seeing a loved one go through this. It is very treatable if caught early. Thinking of you all.
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    Re: WiP June 7 - 13, 2019

    Nice blocks Denise. I love your colors, so rich. I can't even follow your home imp projects so I am pretty impressed with your wiring knowledge. Electricity kind of scares me. A few years ago I...
  3. Thread: another wolf

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    Re: another wolf

    This is magnificent! It looks so real. I see a prize winner.
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    Bias binding best method?

    I haven't made bias binding in awhile so I watched a lady on You Tube do it. Her method was so crazy idk if I can replicate all the steps. She ripped the non-selvedge edge off to straighten it. Then...
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    Re: Looks Like Medieval Library Shelves

    Thanks. I needed that reassurance. I don't want to get a rep for being the mean girl on here!!
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    Re: Looks Like Medieval Library Shelves

    I am sorry and I really hope I did not hurt anyone's feelings. I would never just come out and say oh that is so ugly, but she asked for opinions and that was mine. Not one other person said it was...
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    Re: Looks Like Medieval Library Shelves

    Not me! I think it is really ugly, but like others have said, I am sure there are lots of people who would like it. I don't like bookcase quilts in general. I think they are weird.
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    Re: Spray Basting and Wrinkles

    I am probably the only one, but I am afraid of spray basting so I have never done it.
  9. Thread: Bellagio

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    Re: Bellagio

    I really like this quilt and the completed one but it was a little hard visualizing how the individual blocks on her design wall finish to look like the wall quilt. I am so used to watching Jenny's...
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    Re: Quilting with flannel

    Creates alot of lint when cutting so keep your lint roller handy. Also clean the lint out of your sewing machine once you're done. I also pre-wash flannel if it is yardage. Makes a nice cozy quilt. I...
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    Re: When is a quilt just too ugly to continue?

    I think it is fine. Someone who likes orange and bright colors would love this. Orange is my gd's favorite color and she would go nuts over it. I once made a chevron quilt and let my dd pick out the...
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    Re: Anyone ever try Borders made easy?

    Actually I called the company that makes this about 2 yrs ago to see if these could be used for hand quilting (not really recommended). They sent me a sample and I still have it. If you PM me your...
  13. Re: Make a "Diamond Pavers" Quilt with Jenny Doan

    I don't think I would make that one either. It is too busy looking for me, idk if it's the tilt in the pattern or the brightness of the fabric that makes it look that way. I wonder what it would...
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    Re: Hello from Sydney Australia

    Welcome from Wisconsin in the USA. Love to get new members and this is a happy place to check in daily. Of course I know what a cat is but what is a chook?
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    Re: Maggie came home on Monday

    I feel so sad for you. Two years ago my dog died. I had many dogs over the years but that one was my very favorite, it hit me hard. My dh said I hope you cry this hard for me when I go!! I kept the...
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    Re: Happy sunshine Thursday

    Well what do you know, spring is finally here! The sun is shining and it is 60 deg after weeks in the 40's what a welcome change. Trying to finish a quilt top before going on vacation next week and...
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    Re: Hello from Philly

    Welcome from Wisconsin! Where it is finally Spring!! You will love the Forum. So fun and so much helpful advice. For free!!!
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    Re: Had a quilt sale today

    Way to go!!! But hey, you had ppl there from Wisconsin and nobody told me, waaaah. Or in the words of he who should not be named, So sad! I would have loved to have joined the party. Glad you did so...
  19. Re: The Cozy Campfire Quilt, a Modern Log Cabin Designed by Suzy Williams

    I am not crazy about that one but oh how I love watching Angela Walters quilt her finished tops. She is amazing and her videos are cute. Thanks for the link.
  20. Re: Yet another Flower Power stash buster, done and dusted!

    Well I think it's cute but I agree those fabrics are a little ugly but you made it work! I really like the pattern. Looks a bit like square in a square to me. I think I will have to hunt that tut...
  21. Thread: bubble

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    Re: bubble

    Time for a new cutting mat I guess! They are often on sale. Glad it wasn't a Martelli.
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    Re: Denim Snowball Quilt from Block Mag

    I would go to a thrift store and buy newish jeans, you will find a variety of blueness and you will save so much money! But if new I would wash first. The main reason I would not go with new is that...
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    Re: How to chose the quilting thread

    Why do you check the bobbin all the time if using the same thread? Do you mean you just look at it or run a test seam on a scrap?
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    Re: Help! Thread keeps breaking.

    I recently took my machine apart and could not believe the lint balls and fluff buried in small crannies and under the bobbin case. I just wish I had a teeny tiny vacuum instead of a child's...
  25. Re: Perfect tool for those who burry their threads

    Well there is a gadget for everything I guess!! I just use a regular needle and pop it with my fingers. I never even heard of a self threading needle and I can't quite picture how it would work.
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