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  1. Thread: Ipad

    by Greyjay
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    Re: Ipad

    Have you tried taking it offline before you turn it off? Sounds like you are getting news updates or something similar through one of your apps.
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    Re: Janome MC6600p Quilting Bar

    I have the same machine and had the same problem with the bar flopping around when I was trying to sew lines.
    For the longest time I used masking tape around the bar on either side of the hole to...
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    Re: Ruined my quilt help

    I found this on the Pellon site, I know it doesn't help you and your ruined quilt, but it stop somebody else from having the same problem141897
    Judy
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    Re: Ruined my quilt help

    I found this on the Pellon site, I know it doesn't help you and your ruined quilt, but it stop help somebody else from having the same problem141897
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    Re: Easy pattern for a group to do

    I think you need something forgiving and fast if the girls are beginner sewers.
    A few years ago Jenny did a tutorial about quilts for kids, children making small quilts for premie babies
    Each group...
  6. Re: Looking for a Once-a-Month Cooking Chili Recipe

    Don't know if this is the recipe you are looking for, but I found this, I think its a copy of the original book.
    You will have to scroll down a bit to see the chili recipe....
  7. Thread: Crosscut?

    by Greyjay
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    Re: Crosscut?

    I am sure somebody else will chime in but I would read that as ...........from each 17 1/4" WOF strip cut across the strip to make 17 1/4" squares.
    You wil get 2 squares from each strip, so you will...
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    Making a Shielded Credit Card Wallet

    Hoping to get your thoughts, or advice on making one of these.
    My DS was at a local Fall Fair this past week end, he stuck a credit card in his back pocket for "just in case".
    Somebody in the crowd...
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    Re: FREE Craftsy Quilting or Sewing Class

    Thank you Karen! Got a class from my wish list.
  10. Canadian Quilters, donate blocks for Canada's Big Quilt Bee

    The Canadian Quilters Association would like to make 1000 quilts for Ronald MacDonald Houses across Canada to celebrate Canada's 150th, they are calling it Canada's Big Quilt Bee.
    They are looking...
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    Re: GrandmaNan's camper ideas

    Best advice I was given is to do a "dry test run" of the toilet, make sure there is enough room to do what you are there for without being a gymnast or having to have the door open!
    It's amazing...
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    Re: Bonnie Hunter Fans_HELP!

    Are you looking on her web site or on her blog?
    http://quiltville.blogspot.ca/
    The Leaders & Enders instructions / explanation is accessed by clicking on Tutorials.
    The free mystery quilt is only...
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    Re: How do you square up a quilt top?

    Congratulations on finishing your first quilt, that's a fantstic achievment!
    Are you quilting it yourself or sending it out to be quilted?
    Some long arm quilters will square a top for you.
    If this...
  14. Re: Opinions on Today's Tutorial - the wonky churn dash?

    I have to agree about all the white, not for me either.
    But, I think the changing the block a bit would make it great for a fun kids quilt
    Using the frame idea for an I Spy quilt, or with a...
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    Re: Free Craftsy class!

    Thankyou Monique for posting the link! I never got the email either, I signed up for the class on adding words to your quilt
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    Re: Calling Toronto!

    M* has a flat rate shipping to Canada of $10 US, but there will still be Canada duty and taxes to pay when it's delivered, and the order might get held up at Customs.

    Just updating RiverMomm's...
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    Re: For my CANADIAN friends and other too

    Thank you Monique, always love free shipping, I will give them a try.

    Thought you all might be interested in this company that I just orderd from the first time, it's not free shipping until you...
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    Re: March 3 in the 365 challenge

    I found it much easier to line it all up if I did not cut the large triangle in half first.
    Draw a diagonal sewing line across the unit so that it just above skims the point where the B blocks...
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    Re: I'm so frustrated!

    Sandy, I have also been frustrated with Jenny's method of doing HST.
    I am doing the 365 Challenge and there are probably 100s of tiny HSTs in that quilt.
    I got so frustrated drawing all those...
  20. Thread: Teflon Liners

    by Greyjay
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    Re: Teflon Liners

    I also use packing tape, I use about a 3" piece find is it holds it well enough that there is no movement. I just leave it on the liner between quilts, its been good for 4 full size quilts so far. I...
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    Re: How Many Ontario Canucks are there here?

    I'm in Georgetown
  22. Re: HELP! Tips and Tricks for Making Quilt Templates

    There is a very similar block in the 365 Challenge, just the proportions are different, but I am sure the size of the pieces could easily be changed.
    It is not paper pieced. Good Luck!...
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    Re: Thoughts on a ACCUQUILT GO and Baby Go

    I went to the web site where I buy my Sizzix dies here in Canada and did a search for the Hunters Star die.
    Here's the results of the search.
    It would seem you can you use that Accuquilt die in...
  24. Thread: Fleece

    by Greyjay
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    Re: Fleece

    Kathy, I used a regular cotton binding cut at 2.75" to give me a bit of extra width to work with, I also used a walking foot to attach it, just take it slowly.
    I put the binding onto the back...
  25. Thread: Fleece

    by Greyjay
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    Re: Fleece

    I just made a quilt with a fleece backing. The way I did it was to put together the batting and the quilt top and quilt just those two first. Then I spray basted the fleece onto the back and...
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