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Thread: What is the silliest thing you did while quilting?

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    Super Member Boston1954's Avatar
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    Well, today I was sewing along and knew the bobbin was going to run out soon. Rather than have it end in the middle of something, I opted to put in a new one. This so far seems normal, only I did not put the new full bobbin in. I closed the cover of the bobbin case and very nearly started sewing again without one.

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    How long before you realized it?
    [IMG]http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a2...ghingMouse.gif[/IMG]

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    At least you didn't put the half full one back "IN"! ! lol!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsye
    How long before you realized it?
    [IMG]http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a2...ghingMouse.gif[/IMG]
    ......about 7 seconds. I would have been saying naughty words if I actually had started sewing.

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    the dumbest thing I've done while sewing :oops:

    I very thoroughly oiled my Bernina with FrayChek

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    One day I couldn't figure out WHY my machine wouldn't work.
    DUH Factor set it......it wasn't plugged in!!!

    Yes, I was about ready to pack it up and take it to the repair man!

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    I frequently sew things together the wrong way, so the pattern is on the wrong iside when you open it up to press the seam. %&&*&*^%$*!!!!

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    Sewed something the wrong way. Riped it out. Then sewed it the wrong way again.

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    I have sewed the clothes I was wearing to the project.

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    I have sewed the clothes I was wearing to the project.
    I have done this a few times myself.

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