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Thread: Do you know your quilting fabric?

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    Super Member bebe's Avatar
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    Your Score: You got 12 right out of 15 questions, for a score of 80 percent.

    Not bad at all, just brush up a little

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    I missed one!! Probably the easiest one too! I put crosswise grain as having the least stretch!! I will just call it a blonde moment!!!

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    I missed one too - pretty good for me since I usually flunk these "tests."

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    I got 80% got 6-12-13 wrong. :(

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    I got 3 wrong.

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    I got 12 right. Think positive ladies. Our guys probably couldn't answer any of these! :wink:

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    I had 2 wrong, didn't see the word crocking...I guess home ec and 4-H paid offf.

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    Your Score: You got 14 right out of 15 questions, for a score of 93 percent.


    You did great
    Shocka! I guessed at half of them.

    I missed question number 2. I thought those prints were a little busy for early 1800s. Figured they were a little more conservative in those days ...

    :)

    There were really only about four of them that I actually knew. The rest, I guessed.

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