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    Default Re: FMQ with a Plant Caddy

    Quote Originally Posted by CarolHuff View Post
    Thank you all! I bought it at Walmart in the Lawn and Garden section! BTW, Sadie suggested that she be allowed to use it to slide around on in the kitchen when I'm not using it... That was a big "NO, you'll get hurt because it goes much too fast!"
    This was funny...Sadie was probably watching you use this to sew with and thinking..."Hummm...now what can I use this for when grandma isn't using it...lol...
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    Default Re: FMQ with a Plant Caddy

    What a cool idea! I'll be on the lookout for one myself. Thanks for sharing!
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    Necessity is the mother of invention!
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    Default Re: FMQ with a Plant Caddy

    What a fantastic idea! I've got several that are approaching the FMQ stage, so I'll likely go find one.
    Of course, now that you've "invented" something, you need to put your own unique twist on it and start marketing it. There are a lot of quilters out there who would pay good money for something like this. Or even make a DIY video on how to make one yourself with casters and plywood or masonite from the hardware store
    If you can't see it from 50 yards away on a galloping horse, it doesn't matter.

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