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Thread: Ready to go again

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    Super Member Lilrain's Avatar
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    I have been without heat for a week. Got it fixed this morning for only $460. Yipes, think of the quilt fabric, notions or machine longarm quilting I could have had for that much money. We had the coldest weather in 25 years last week and I have just kept under the covers. Now I am warm and ready to get to a mental health quilting project. i love fabric, sewing blocks, and quilting friends!

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    I'm so glad you're safe and warm and hopefully, thawed out! Thank goodness you're a quilter! How many layers did you pile on?

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    That's a long time to be without heat up there. Hope you had lots and lots of quilts to keep you warm. And now.....back to quilting!!!

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    Oh so sorry glad to hear the heat is fixed I would be lost without my heat!

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    Super Member Lilrain's Avatar
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    Funny thing is, I have no quilts for myself. I have been quilting since Feb 1988 and give everything I make away. Did have a couple of space heaters. But I am in heavenly warmth now

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    OH MY!!! You HAVE had to coldest of the winter so far! I'm so sorry you had to go thru that!!!! We heat with wood all winter so I don't have to worry about heat....just have to worry about electricity shutting off and NOT being able to quilt!!!! Glad you got your heat back!

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    Isnt heat wonderfull. I am sorry you had to go with out and that you had to spend way too much money to get it fixed. Heres to mental healthy quilting.

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    Went through that once. Had a huge ice storm and ended with no electric and no heat. We did have gas logs in the fireplace, so we bundled up and sat close to those. Heated coff, tea, and soup over the logs. Used candles for light and went to bed early. Amazing what you can manage without, but 10 days was long enough!!LOL

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    glad you are warm again, have fun sewing and quilting

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    Glad you've got the heat back on - even if it was for $460! Now, get to quilting woman! LOL

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