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Thread: Quilting Tool Quiz

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    Super Member ScubaK's Avatar
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    Judy and QuiltsRFun...
    You must have great common sense...
    Good job
    K

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    Hey bebe, I did the quiz. I scored 60 %. 9 out of 15. not to bad.

    Bonnie

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    7/15 correct...not good!

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    I got 7/15.
    Oh well........

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    9 out of 15 correct - 60% :oops:

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    I flunked!!! 8 of 15

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    Don't feel bad ladies I flunked also :( :( :(

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    9 out of 15 for me. :oops: Some of them were lucky guesses, like that funky thimble!

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    well, I missed 6, ah,,,,,,,,,

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    Hi,

    I got 12 out of the 15. The ones I missed where the ones about the history of machines and that weird looking thimble.
    I have been quilting for more than 40 years. My mother bought a Featherweight in 1936. I didn't know when they were first invented. It was her most prized possession. At the time it cost $125. Since she was only making a dollar a day at the time it was a huge purchase.

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