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Thread: David's walker solution

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    Super Member Roberta's Avatar
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    I was thinking about Quilter Dave using his walker as a quilting frame. I looked over at my quad cane and decided to see if my paper towel core with my binding wrapped around it would fit on the handle. Not only did it fit, it spun as I added the binding to the quilt. Oh so simple, no twists and frayed nerves.

    Another use for medical equipment :thumbup:

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    clever ;-)

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    Ah, making our "assistants" really work for us! Very clever and creative.

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    Yeah!!! It's like Alton Brown says every tool must be a mulit-use tool even our assistants!!

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    I just love the way one 'invention' is the springboard for another with all the wonderful people on this board - such a caring bunch!

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    Sharing our tips and tidbits about life helps everyone. Smart thinking! :thumbup:

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