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Thread: This is what happens when going too fast....

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    Super Member Quilt4u's Avatar
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    Wow! That's one strong needle. What brand was it?

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    Wow that is crazy!!! Yep I would definetely keep that as a reminder to myself too!! that's incredible how the needle didn't crack off!! You were very lucky, it could have been worse.. a broken needle in your eye or finger!

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    WOW is right!! I've never seen that happen before!

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    Wow, I'd say you were really lucky! I'll have to start making sure I'm using my Schmetz (to lazy to check spelling) needles when I quilt. If that had been mine, I would have broken the machine :cry:

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    Wow, you must have been FLYING!

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    What a great conversation piece!

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    Your lucky you were not hurt.

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    OMG!! I'm so glad the needle didn't break off and hit you in the eye! I have never seen a needle go thru a safety pin like that.

    Thanks for the reminder to slow down.

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    That is just too funny! Yep keep it cause people wont believe it otherwise!

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    I would love to do a testimonial advertisement for the needle company. WOW! :shock: That's one tough needle! Glad you didn't get hurt and the quilt didn't suffer.

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