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Fascinating quiz (but I didn't do so good :oops: :oops: )
I have no idea what that was all about, but it gave me credit on things I did NOT get correct,
it finally just gave up correcting me
and it accused me of marking things I did NOT mark ...
of course, when I gandered down to the end of the page and found "PBS"
all my complaints were understood
I like those kinds of tests, though ...
and, tell me!
What type of quilting tool is a boot spur? I mean, I know what a boot spur is, but I can't figure out how the thing I use for gouging my horse to make him MOVE does in the quilt world!
Not bad! 19 out of 23!!
I only got a 16. I forgot to answer one of them.
That was an interesting quiz. I must have guessed well!!
???Originally Posted by omak
Before plastic templates and water-erase markers, a pattern was placed on top of carbon paper and a tool that looked like a spur on a stick was used to trace the pattern onto fabric. The resulting "dotted line" was where you would cut with your scissors. I believe they are still made, even though there are easier methods available now.Originally Posted by omak
17 of 23 for me.
I still have a few "boot spur" tools and dressmaker's carbon. Maybe I should throw it out.
is that like a tracing wheel? for garment making? well, what the he**!Originally Posted by Moonpi