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    value

    The Quilt in a day's website Is selling glasses that have red lenses, to help determine value of a fabric. They have a short video that explains value, with lots of examples, a very informative video
    It helps me, so wanted to share in case there is anyone else with a problem in determining value.

    Imagine everyone else in the quilt shop wearing these funny glasses! A new fashion trend!

    http://www.quiltinaday.com/shoponlin...yt.asp?i=55471
    You know that feeling when you've finished all your quilting projects and your studio is perfectly clean????

    Me neither.

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    years ago, my aunt gave me a beautiful square red vase. i use it to see my values
    Nancy in western NY

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    I just got a pair of these from Quilt in a Day that I intended to put in my DD's stocking. But when they came, I decided I should keep them for myself! Wonder what kind of attention I'd get if I wear them to my LQS or maybe JoAnn's ...

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    Probably not nearly as much attention as QuiltnNan would get if she wore her vase on her head!
    (OMG, I'm picturing someone at the LQS with a vase bonnet, including flowers!)
    (Sorry, when my injured brain travels, sometimes I just follow to see where it goes)
    You know that feeling when you've finished all your quilting projects and your studio is perfectly clean????

    Me neither.

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    I have a pair of red glasses. Just don't wear them when you are driving.

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    that is so great! I always have problems and spend hours picking fabric....maybe these will help! thanks so much.....

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    Wow! Never heard of these. Thank you for the info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RugosaB View Post
    Probably not nearly as much attention as QuiltnNan would get if she wore her vase on her head!
    (OMG, I'm picturing someone at the LQS with a vase bonnet, including flowers!)
    (Sorry, when my injured brain travels, sometimes I just follow to see where it goes)
    You made me laugh out loud. I have the same 'problem', I immediately 'see' weird pictures of something I hear or read.
    Just enjoy it, I certainly do (although it's sometimes hard to explain when I start grinning and I am with someone who's brain doesn't have the same 'sence of humor' LOL)

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    you can lay it on the copy machine and make a black and white copy for value or one better my camera takes black and white pics[and it fits in my pocket when i go to the fabric getting places ]

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