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Thread: How i keep coffee warm while quilting

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    Senior Member AtHomeSewing's Avatar
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    Gee, I guess with a good steam iron making lattes could be done! :D

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    What an idea :wink: 8)

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    Well aren't you the clever one. Please don't burn your hand reaching for the coffee. :wink:

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    Back home in Massachusetts, we call that Yankee ingenuity.

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    HEY!! What a great idea. I will
    have to try it myself, today!!
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    Cute! Send it to Fons and Porter as a quilting tip!

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    Thank You. We learn something new every day. This is a good one.

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    Good idea!

    (I have a set of cups just like yours :lol: :lol: )

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    Great I have the very same iron as you have and I'll try this ..Thanks for the tip :D

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    Darn, my iron has an auto shut off. I guess my iron and coffee will both be cold when I want them. :D

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