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  1. Thread: Wednesday hellos!!

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    Re: Wednesday hellos!!

    Terry, sorry to hear about Sammy. Barb, it must be very stressful to watch your daughter go through this turmoil. Hoping things will settle down for her, and soon. Jean, how exciting to get those...
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    Re: Wednesday Trivia: Wisconsin 🇺🇸

    I live in neighboring Minnesota, and have visited many of these places, including standing in the mouth of that giant muskie! We are traveling to Green Bay next week; I'll be sure to check out the...
  3. Thread: Update on my house

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    Re: Update on my house

    Remember to declutter your closets and kitchen cabinets, too. You want the appearance of abundant closet space, so pack up half your clothing and put it in storage. Clothes on hangers should have a...
  4. Thread: Update on my house

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    Re: Update on my house

    Toni, you can absolutely stage your home yourself! I have seen houses that looked overly staged (the kitchen table had place settings with napkins fan-folded and placed just so in water goblets)....
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    Re: Finishing Raw Edges

    I am completely in the prewashing camp. It would kill me to work so hard on a quilt top only to have the fabrics shrink in different amounts or worse, for the dyes to bleed. The reason I finish the...
  6. Thread: Update on my house

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    Re: Update on my house

    It's a huge relief to have the sale go so quickly. Keeping my fingers crossed that the inspection and appraisal go off without a hitch.
  7. Thread: Baby shower update

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    Re: Baby shower update

    Thanks for the update. I was thinking about you yesterday and wondering how the shower went. So glad that everyone could put aside their personal drama and focus on getting ready for the precious...
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    Re: I Need Your Thoughts on This

    Oh Sugar, I am so sorry for all the drama your daughter is generating.

    Perhaps it's a generational thing, but I grew up not expecting an inheritance. I believed (and still do) that my parents'...
  9. Thread: FYI

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    Re: FYI

    Indeed, we all want our charitable donations (quilting related or not) to do good for others in need, and not just to go to the greedy. Before donating, you can check out any charity at...
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    Re: Birthday Alert **JCY**

    Happy birthday, Joy! Although you had no special plans, sometimes that's a good thing. You work so hard. I hope it was a relaxing day for you.
  11. Re: A new interesting gig involving a sewing machine

    Wow, Jean, how cool! Hope they give you backstage passes for the concert. Bring ear plugs.
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    Re: The LA ruined my perfectly square corners

    Toni, you are a gracious and kind woman.
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    Re: I'm telling... on me

    Creating French seams was a brilliant solution -- very clever!
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    Re: Stuck on a Dresden Wreath

    If your blades are 5 inches long, the finished dresden wreath will probably be no larger than 12 inches or so (5" for the blade at the 9 o'clock position + 5" for the blade at the 3 o'clock position,...
  15. Thread: Oh no, help

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    Re: Oh no, help

    I keep a bottle of hydrogen peroxide in the laundry room. When wetting the fabric with peroxide, it bubbles up like mad over the blood stain; the rest of the fabric merely looks wet. The stuff works...
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    Re: Colonoscopy without anesthesia

    Oh, Claire, please don't be embarrassed. Trust me, those health care professionals have heard worse things than whatever it was you blurted out. At the worst, you entertained them. :lol:
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    Re: Colonoscopy without anesthesia

    Even if you are not allowed anything by mouth, you could still be given a pill to take with just enough water to get the pill down. And I agree with you about insurance being a nightmare. Insurance...
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    Re: Star Quilt for Tattooer's Newborn

    Personally, I think it's wonderful that you created a beautiful piece of quilt art for someone who is also a gifted artist. And for anyone who would dare to criticize you for having tattoos, it's...
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    Re: Colonoscopy without anesthesia

    What exactly do you mean by sedation? I have had several procedures done with conscious sedation rather than general anesthesia, and it was a breeze. However, conscious sedation requires a specially...
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    Re: CLLI Codes/Abbreviations

    If the shoe fits . . .

    Just kidding! ;)
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    Re: A new twin quilt for my niece

    It may be a simple pattern, but is visually very interesting. I love the movement in the design.
  22. Thread: It's Monday

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    Re: It's Monday

    Oh, Barb, Maggie gave you quite the workout -- and in the pouring rain, too! Years ago, my neighbors had a Scottie. He escaped one day and thought it was great fun to be chased all around the...
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    Re: Knee lift - anyone use it?

    Ah, I remember those vintage machines! I learned to sew on a machine in a cabinet where you used your knee instead of a foot pedal. But that's different than a knee lift. The presser foot on my...
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    Re: I Need Your Thoughts on This

    I am sorry (but not really surprised) to see so much pain inflicted by families. Family relationships are all too often messy and complicated. We tend to bottle our hurt feelings up and not talk...
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    Re: Quilting with flannel

    Welcome to the forum, Dasmith40! Please don't take this as criticism; just throwing in my two cents. I would not wash the quilt top unless you could be certain that the exposed raw edges wouldn't...
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