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  1. Sew happy's Avatar
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    Your scrappy quilts are so well done they look like magazine photos. Truly beautiful quilts!
  2. has1q's Avatar
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    I must admit I like "controlled" scrappy, like yours. Love them both, the orange colors are striking!
  3. Tazz's Avatar
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    That was a great video, showing how easy to do the Irish Chain. I sure would like to know what kind of iron she had as she didn't have to sit it up, it just raised off the fabric.
  4. DonnaQuilts's Avatar
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    Hooray for woman power.
  5. Virginia's Avatar
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    Beautiful fabric and definately beautiful piecing. Thanks for showing us your fabric.
  6. DoxieFive's Avatar
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    Thanks for the very informative blog. This is a lot of very good information.
  7. bignan 1935's Avatar
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    I f you use linseed oil ,do not wad up the rags as they will flame, I had a painting teacher said she demonstraited on a stage once and had no where to throe the arag so she put it in her purse and it satred to smoke later . L refinished a piece of furniture in hot summertime and used linseed oil and put my rags on a old cookie sheet and put in trash barrel and a hour lated it was on fire. MY son came home and used garden hose to put it out.
  8. jan on 446's Avatar
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    For some unknown reason to me, I can't access the VSMS site.
    Any ideas would be appreciated.
    I can only access QB and the above comment.
    Thanks,
    Jan on 446
  9. Lakelady's Avatar
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    Thanks for the help. I bought a Rotary treadle a couple of weeks ago and haven't found much on the Internet about them. Maybe it there and I just don't know how to find it. Anyway, now I know I am threading it correctly. I can't get it to pick up the bobbin thread though.

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