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Thread: Patterns

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    Super Member Moonpi's Avatar
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    I have a lot of books, more in a storage unit. I also have a large folder on my computer full of patterns. I should really get them organized, at least by piecing method, and burn to disks.

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    I have maybe 2 books, 1 of which is and idiots book :lol: . And just a few patterns. The rest are on the web :lol: :lol:

    I really do need to go to the book store!

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    I think we all need to get together to go on a shop hop to buy more fabric. I Know I have more patterns then fabric.

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    4 jackets full. I just bought a scanner and am in the process of scanning in the pictures of the ones I like then printing 15 at a time on one sheet of paper. That way I just have a few pages to look at for something to quilt and I wrote the mag, date and page # by each picture.
    Still have no idea how to use the scanner for other things and they dont give step by step instructions on how to use it.

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    well I am just now learning who I like as far as pattern authors and I only have a few....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgshaw
    Never counted, but just off the top of my head I would say enough to keep busy until I am around 900 or maybe 950 yrs old :roll:
    That sounds about like my collection. :lol:

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    I have one plastic box of quilt and sewing and knitting magazines. :)
    One tall 3-shelves of fabrics and two large plastic storages boxes of
    quilting and sewing miscellaneous. Too much for a very small area :!:
    Someday I'll have a bigger place just for quilting :D yoya

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    I am afraid to count :!: :!: :oops: :oops: :oops: My hubby might catch me counting and suggest I thin out my books. :evil: :evil: :evil: And that is NOT going to happen :!: :!: :!: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I have 5 large storage bins full of patterns. I used to get the patterns from the big stores when they got the new ones in. They would just throw them away, so I asked for them. LOL I will never use them all in this lifetime. But I like to share, so I usually give some away.

    Let's not even get me started on the books, magazines, and printouts. LOL
    I have 4 rooms of books, and mags. I have 8 large binders full of printouts, and still printing. LOL


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    I have a short stack of books and magazines...but thanks to sondray I have an incredibly huge stack of printouts now LOL and my stack keeps growing and growing...now if I can just get her here to show me how to do most of them I'd be cookin with gas!!! LOL

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