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Thread: 15 reasons for not changing needle

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    Super Member caspharm's Avatar
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    Been there, done that. I've done with just changing thread.

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    OMG, I think everyone's week has been going this way! lol Guess we can either blame it on the moon or the Olympics...maybe the heat? Think I'll give that chocolate a whirl and see if it helps ME! lol
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    I have a large spool of cotton thread, and I fill two bobbins with it. I generally run out of needle thread first, then I fill another bobbin, and put the full one in the bobbin and use the used bobbin one for the needle thread. I never sew without bobbin thread this way. I hate to do that!! =)

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    Been there, done that. Many times too. Thanks for the laugh

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    Sounds SO familiar...thanks for the chuckle.

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    Just goes to show, chocolate WORKS!

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    That is so cool! Thanks for the laugh I needed that!!!!! Been there done that!
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    I'm glad I'm not the only one who does things like that. LOL Thanks for the chuckle

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    Another one is looking high and low for a missing piece to finally find it stuck to you someplace and it's really hard to see if it's on your backside!!!!!!!

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    At least you can laugh about it. I just hate it when I am sewing away and find out that I'm not really sewing at all.
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