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Thread: I've already cried, now we can laugh-

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    Senior Member jean1941's Avatar
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    There is a time to learn be nice to yourself

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    Any screw that I can remove I have painted with lime-green nail polish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selena
    They were so great and they aren't even charging me for the screw, just the postage. This thing is just slightly larger than a seed bead.
    What are they charging you for postage? Just curious.

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    Live, learn and move on. I think it is all part of anything we want to do well. You will be fine.

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    The postage is to send the screw to me.

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    When I make a mistake my husband says "OH another mistake?" I just tell him "I don't have holes in my hands and I don't want to be nailed to a cross so that is why I make mistakes". Glad your are back up and running.

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    sorry, I misunderstood your question earlier. I don't know what the postage will be. They are going to bill me. He wouldn't take my card number.

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    Just like with any new endeavor, longarm quilting has a learning curve. But please don't think that all the exciting learning adventures happen to rookies. There are plenty of interesting issues that face experienced longarmers too! It's great to know that your dealer is a phone call away.

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    Well that sounds like some of the things I have done. And just this week got the thread wrapped around the bobbin case because.......i didn't unthread the needle while winding the bobbin(anyhow I think that is how it happened as I was winding the bobbin at the time) Oh what a mess that was to get undone. But got undone and I continued on and had a pretty baby quilt when done ..we all make mistakes, that is how we learn. Have fun..

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    Sorry you have been going through such difficulty and glad their was a happy ending.

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