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Thread: Darn it!

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    Super Member nursie76's Avatar
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    Don't you just hate it when that happens? So sorry!

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    I have been using mine with a chipped corner. I have the 50% of coupon too - thanks for the idea of using it on a ruler.

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    I got one at a quilt shop closing and one corner was gone. I paid $2 for an 18 x 18 omnigrid. For that price, with or without corner. When I get to need that side I just flip it around. Never had a problem.

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    I would have said more than Darn it!
    I have 'potty fingers' @$^*(*$##@@

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    so sorry that must hurt.

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    Whoo Hoo! My son fixed it for me with clear movers tape and she is like new again!!

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    :cry: I understand this well

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    Doesn't that just want to make you spit :-( Been there, done that - I sanded it to round it off. I just realized that I have used my sander on more than one quilting tool ...

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    That is so sad. We hate to lose our tools.

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    If you have the pieces, put the pieces back in place wrong side up and then use a piece of clear strong packing tape to put over the pieces. I did that for one of my rulers until I could get another and I'm still using it. It works great for a crack in a ruler too. It doesn't interfere with moving the ruler on the fabric.

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