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    Super Member MommaDorian's Avatar
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    I just finished a pinwheel quilt top. I used my plastic row/block markers to keep the rows in the right order. I accidently sewed the corner of one of my markers into a seam. lol I decided to just clip off the tiny corner and leave the plastic. It gives a little something extra. lol

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    You're my kind of quilter! :) :) :)

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    Super Member luvstitches's Avatar
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    I longarm quilted a queen quilt for my daughter and accidentally quilted around my leather sheath for my
    small scissors! It's still in there! I think one day I'll have to dig it out and resew but it's a project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jo M
    You're my kind of quilter! :) :) :)
    :lol: :lol: :oops: :lol:

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    I quilted around a pin with my longarm. My dh somehow worked it around until he got it out. So if only our machines could talk no telling what tales they would tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by memepat
    I quilted around a pin with my longarm. My dh somehow worked it around until he got it out. So if only our machines could talk no telling what tales they would tell.
    You are so right!! The secrets they must know. lol

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    Sometimes things happen!

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    These things do happen and you handled it just like I would.

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    Sometimes its just best to adapt and move on! I probably would have done the same.

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    ummmm I think that we would all be sent to prison if our machines could talk. well at least for quilting related things. Like hiding fabric sewing when we should be doing ..... I would have done the same thing. actually i have been FMQ and sewed the backing to the front without realizing it. I just left it as a little bit of reminder to watch what I am doing. and luckily it was a doll quilt for my dd. she never noticed.

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