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Thread: Don't you just love a smart mouth?

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    Super Member Caswews's Avatar
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    RUN Joy RUN !!LOL well everyone is entitled to their own opinions here or out there in the real world. That is wonderful you finish your quilts on your DSM I do too .. Practice makes perfect for sure ...
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    I love smart mouths and love the answers and comments you all have given. Loved quilt police by marriage!!! lol lol lol
    Karen in Kentucky

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    Can we say ignorant??? My pet peeve: when people assume you are stupid...is that not reverse ignorance??? Look who has a smart mouth now???
    Sorry, like I said just a pet peeve of mine.

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    I guess he hasn't heard of Diane Gaudynski, Sue Rasmussen, or other Machine quilting teachers, who make up to king size quilts on a DSM. It all depends on what you learned on, what method you prefer, and/or what you can afford to quilt with.

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    well I really think a la is alot easier on your body I wrestled big quilts until my shoulder started to bother me I had to have surgery recovering now and I do have a la now.

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    I did a king size quilt on my home viking designer 11. While I'm not a pro , think it turned out nice and daughter loved it. He was just trying to drum up business for his wife

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    well i for one, can't possibly do the lovely quitling designs i see done on Long arm machines. I just can't. sigh. but some quilters do absolute wonders with their quilts on domestic sewing machines. more power to them!!

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    I'm more of a smart a*s If someone says it can't be done by golly gee I'm a gonna show them it can. I've been quilting on dsm's for years and I guess I will for a lot more years to come. Through the years I've been able to find ways around most of the wrestling and as soon as my arms and shoulders start to hurt I take a break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy Higdon View Post
    See, that is what I am talking about. I am a smart mouth. Now I have gotten that poor woman in trouble.
    Actually, if she was smart enough to come up with that story to get her long-arm, she's smart enough to say you don't know what you're talking about.

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    I would have said as I do most often to the quilter know it all, Do you ever read a quilt magazine that isn't ten years old?
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