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Thread: what is a "chip"?

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    Your all so funny!
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    Now I'm confused. Do I look for a patternor for a recipe/menu when I have time to quilt? LOL

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    All these food terms make me hungry!!! Chips, dessert rolls, jelly rolls, turnovers, layer cakes - designed by women for women!!!! My DH said that yankee candle can get men to buy their candles if they made meatloaf, pot roast, hot wings or bacon scented candles!!!
    If life gives you lemons, make a margarita.

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    Learned another fabric slang today. Thanks for the thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhweaver View Post
    My DH said that yankee candle can get men to buy their candles if they made meatloaf, pot roast, hot wings or bacon scented candles!!!
    Love that idea!! Too funny!

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    First, thanks for the answer what chip was! Glad to know I was not the only one, not in the know!

    Second, thanks SunlitenSmiles for explaining what some of the things are, to those who had not heard of them.
    To this I will add that the best place to remind oneself of what all the size are is the ModaBakeShop, under Bakery (see http://www.modabakeshop.com/p/bakery.html) also the Weights & Measures tab tells how to cut those pieces into common block parts.

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    So I have a shoe box full of 4" charm squares. What do I call those? How do I adapt the nickle patterns. I think it is a conspiracy. Pass the salsa!
    Lisa

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