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Thread: New FMQ tool-really cheap

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    Great idea!!

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    I hope you will submit that idea to the quilting magazines - I know they pay some $$ for new tips, and this is a wonderful tip! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Finally a use for exercise bands I can see actually using!
    Love it, me too

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    I always wondered what I was supposed to be doing with those bands! How nice of the PT people to support my quilting hobby that way!

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    I like thaat idea. Thanks.

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    Thanks soooo much for sharing! We get sooo many great tips from fellow quilters & sewers. Love this site!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyR View Post
    Someone on the board mentioned they used glycerin and I tried it and it's great! I'll never go back to gloves/rubber/shelf liner, etc again!! Just a drop will last a really long time!
    Hubby and I used to own a print shop and we used glycerin - as dab on our fingers for collating (sorting stuff) - and one of the girls noticed a great improvement in her fingernails and hands. :-)

    Also - - - thinking that with just a little chirp from anyone and all of the creative juices that start flowing in our brains about better ways to do things - - - love this Board!!

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    Thanks for the info. I'm going to give it a try.

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    Quilt police labelling. For a show I would put the labelling in the bottom left it helps quilt angels, stewards to give information about your quilt to visitors. My own and friends quilts are labelled in all kinds of places. Free motion writing in one section of the quilt, labelling on the binding especially on table runners or table clothes, on bags somewhere easy to see but not too obvious usually on side.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    That's brilliant
    I think I'm going to look in to getting some elastic bands - or that rubbery shelf paper - and give it a go.

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