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Thread: RE: "Quilting Gloves"-Are they worth it?? - PART 2

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    Senior Member cny_sewer39's Avatar
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    Good Early Early Morning Every1,

    I hope that all is well with you & your families. I thought that it was time for a quick UPDATE.. I bought a pair of gardening gloves at my local Dollar Tree Store. They are AWESOME. They made SID a MUCH FASTER process. My only complaint is my hands get very hot. I have been taking them off to cool my hands down. I am still trying to find a pair of the Machingers Gloves, in my local area. :-( :-( I don't seem to be having much luck. I am still going to try the Machingers. (As soon as I can find a local pair.) I will keep you updated, and will post a picture of the Winnie-the-Pooh quilt that I have been working on for the last month. It looks so good, I am very proud of it. I go to my LQS on Wednesday, for my Quilting 2 class. I am going to see if they have them or if they can order them for me. If not, then I will be stuck. Thank you all so very much for all of your help, suggestions, words of encouragement, & kind thoughts. I LOVE THIS BOARD. Every1 is absolutely wonderful.

    Have a blessed day/week ahead.

    ;-);-)debra;-) ;-)


    P.S.-Can't wait to "chat" withcha all very soon.

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    Glad the gloves helped. Have to get some! Son works at one!! Hope u find the other gloves!!

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    I bought mine from j. hittle.

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    I started out with the gardening gloves and also found them too hot, plus they were too big. I love the Machingers gloves! They have been worth the $9-10 I paid for them. I found mine at the Viking Dealer inside of Joann's. Check any local quilt shops or sewing machine dealers.

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    I've also used finger cots that you can buy in pharmacies (don't ask what they're really for...lol). They only cover the ends of your fingers and aren't as hot as gardening gloves.

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    Senior Member Wendys Quilts's Avatar
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    I use my gardening gloves as well. Glad they are working out for you.

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    I got my machingers on ebay!

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    I got my machiners at Leah Day designs.

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    i LOVE my michiganders
    dar :)

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    Super Member patchsamkim's Avatar
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    I also love my machingers...and someone gave me a pair of lightweight gardening gloves that look quite similar, but they are purple and have an embroidered flower on them...so cute!

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