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Thread: my dollar tree pinmoors

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    Senior Member mandyrose's Avatar
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    my dollar tree pinmoors

    thanks for all the suggestions on the pinmoors I happen to be checking out at the dollar tree yesterday when I spotted these earplugs and remembered the pinmoors I got 3 packs came home and started pinning my quilt and thought hmmmm seems to work so I ran back and got 6 more packs they are 4 pr to a pack so you 8 and a small case to put them in for a buck the littlt plastic case nice size for needles dont know how long they last before the foam starts breaking apart. onley thing they are orange and remind me of those marshmello circus peanuts took everything in me not to eat one.lol im still a little confuse on posting pictures but thanks for your suggestions this is a great board.....Mandy
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    Very cool. My husband has tons of these ear plugs for when he goes to the range. Hmmm, I may just dive in his stash.
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    You can buy huge tubs of them, too. Walmart in our area has them 80 in a tub for $8.00 or you can buy them from some industrial supply places even cheaper. They do work pretty well and last through many pinnings. I'm glad you found something you are happy with!

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    Thanks for the tip. I really love your quilt top. very pretty.

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    Love your quilt..what is the pattern name??? Thanks for the tip, too!
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    that quilt is so incredibly lovely!

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    I tried the earplugs just like those but they kept falling off the pins when machine quilting and moving the quilt around so be careful. I like your quilt.
    Got fabric?

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    thanks for the compliment the pattern is from ellen burns hearts n gizzards

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    Bet you could find these at Harbor Freight also.
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    I use those foam ear plugs too. They work just fine.
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