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Thread: Craftybear, Did you?

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    Get any replies from the post asking longarm quilters to make themselves known and join in with tips?

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    What kind of tips did you want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadiemae
    What kind of tips did you want?
    Don't know what kind of tips I need. I had posted a couple of tips which I find useful. And am always wanting to hear what other longarm quilters do, or how they have solved a program.

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    Craftybear's husband is really sick and had to have surgery to remove some infection (he's had two transplants so infections are really dangerous for him) so she hasn't been on here much since posting that information.

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    Very sorry, I didn't know. Thoughts and prayers for Craftybear and her husband.

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    Hi Everyone,

    Hubby is still in hospital as he has a bad staph infection but they think they have it under control now.

    I haven't heard from any longarms quilters yet on your ?

    Craftybear

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    Craftybear-
    If he has the same kind of nasty infection I did, it's a real boogerbear! They had to change the IV antibiotics three times to find a pair that would zap it. Once they found the ones that worked it was only a few days till the swelling and redness was nearly gone and they let me go home with just a couple of bottles of pills to take.
    Glad to hear they think they've found the magic combo!

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