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    time to stop for now

    HI ! I decided to try this out Have been trying to quilt my grandsons quilt ,May be I will wait a day or two I have broke two sewing machine needles , My wlaking foot quit and can't thread my needle HA Ha time to stop for now What do you all think Thanks for listing it will be better tomarrow !!
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    Hope tomorrow is a better day for you.
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    So sorry, maybe tomorrow will be a better day for you.
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    hope all goes well for you on your next sewing day
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    Quote Originally Posted by cinson7 View Post
    HI ! I decided to try this out Have been trying to quilt my grandsons quilt ,May be I will wait a day or two I have broke two sewing machine needles , My wlaking foot quit and can't thread my needle HA Ha time to stop for now What do you all think Thanks for listing it will be better tomarrow !!
    Good thing we all know what you are talking about "my walking foot quit" because if you didn't sew, that would sound really funny. Sounds like you need to start over in the am, good luck.
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    Step away from the machine...............lets hope it will go better when you come back

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    Better luck tomorrow.
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    Bummer hope tomorrow is a better day for you...maybe your tension is too tight? crafty_linda_b on the "SNOWING" Cal-Ore border
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    Sounds like time for a chocolate break to me...
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