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Thread: Ouch............

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    Super Member karate lady's Avatar
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    Red face Ouch............

    I cannot believe I did this yesterday. Was working on a blanket spread out on my bed and went to sit down on my chair.......I sat on my pin cushion! It is a tea pot and the top is where I put my needles............Luckily i did not have my full wgt on it when I realized I had needles in my butt. Haven't moved that fast is weeks.

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    I understand. I once managed to set on a quilt that I had the binding pinned on. Ouch is right!

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    Pins, rotary cutters, sewing machine needles........so we really do put blood, sweat, and tears into our quilts.
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    I am glad you moved fast!!

    Dina

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    Thanks for the laugh!!!!! The way you told the story was delightful!!!!

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    After you stated that your pin cushion was shaped like a tea pot, I certainly wasn't expecting the pins to be what poked you!
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    Oh my jeeper jumpers! I just made that saying up. Two people had accidents on her in the last 24 hrs. You girls slow down.
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    LOL. Sorry but I just had to read your post to DH who is cleaning a featherweight at the moment. He almost fell off the kitchen chair he laughed so hard. Then we both felt sympathy....
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    I bet even my would be able to move fast. I hope it didn't hurt much, but it does make me laugh.
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    Glad you and your teacup are ok. I sat on my 6x24" ruler once, and it shattered (it was on its side in the chair). These things really DO NOT like to be sat on!

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