Try Mike Rowes line Dirty Jobs laundry products. I have the stain remover and it works great. FYI: also tried his spray bathroom cleaner on my shower and the glass was clean when I came back, no scrubbing, just rinsed! Wow , love it.. The stain remover, I noticed on tough ones, I take my fingers or a small brush and lightly scrub the stain after spraying and it basically lifts it out in front of my eyes. God Bless, I have quilted a few T shirt quilts for clients in the past.
beware of the check, many phony cashiers checks when we closed on a house they told us how many had been coming through. Trust your instincts
Someone I know gave me this advice which I think is awesome. Load your quilter with flat sheets and batting and practice your stitches and when your done bind it and donate it.
Congratulations on finishing your quilt!!! Have you watched any of the videos on allpeoplequilt.com? I just finished watching some, and they look like they will be helpful once my long arm finally arrives. Good luck with your quilting!!!
What a nice gift! I would make a quilt with them...something with a white background, kinda modern and contemporary.
I'm in Abilene and sewed on my quilt last week. Its BOM from last year and I finally got it together. Now I need to add the borders. More snow today.
I live in Topeka, KS and the thunder snow was something I don't think I have ever heard before. The snow is beautiful but so much to shovel! It made for a fun day yesterday of cleaning the studio, making a small sample "stitch" quilt, and some sewing. Today will be even more fun because it will be ALL sewing!
Hopefully the rest of the year will be much less eventful! Be careful you don't slip and bounce all the way down on your tailbone as I've done. Keep moving your foot and flexing your calf to keep the circulation going. Wearing an over the shoulder bag is great for carrying water, a book, and snack. PhdQuilter certainly speaks from experience. Getting up from the floor can be difficult! Keep the cell phone with you at all times. I once had an unexpected repeat knee surgery with no weight bearing for 8 weeks just before a Caribbean trip. The private sailboat captain tried to refuse letting me on- But my father in law owned the boat. Ha. Spent the week on my butt or hanging from the ceiling handrails. To go swimming entailed being winched from the boom like a cow- quite embarrassing, but I wasn't going to miss snorkeling with dolphins! I hope you are doing much better by now, no surgery needed, and are able to do some PT.
Hope you made it safely! I had a knee out for months... hope it heals perfectly for you!
OUCH! You have really had a rough few months. Your plan sounds perfectly reasonable to me. Only crazy if you go up the stairs before you figure out how you are going to stand up once you are up there, I know this from personal experience. Just take your cell phone with you...the other thing I forgot. Otherwise, sewing is therapy and therefore good for you!