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    Super Member #1piecemaker's Avatar
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    Yippee!!!!

    After abut 2 years of sewing my DH has finally learned to put a bobbin in his machine!!! Yeeeehaaaa! I still have to fill them for him. But, his just learning to put them in has helped me tremendously!! Now, all I have to do is fill them and put them in a drawer for him. Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks!!! I wonder how long it will take me to get him to learn how to fill his own bobbins!??
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    men say if you can not bait your own hook you should not be fishing,lol. Well maybe if you can not fill a bobbin-you should not be sewing,wink,wink,smiley face
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    Now, be nice. Does he fill the gas tank in the car? Mow and do the landscaping? Open tight fitting jar lids? . Mine does.

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    lol,when my grandkids are here they fight over filling my bobbins.
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    Hey, all I heard is that the man is SEWING! Good for him.

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    I wish my man would show an interest....he does however love his tv viewing quilt I made for him several years ago

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    My husband doesn't sew at all. He is color blind with about half the colors, but when something is "off" he comes up with great color suggestions! A few years ago he told me since I quilt, he'll do the cooking (turns out he's a better chef than I ever was), and he cleans! But he won't dust! When I try to help he tells me I'm doing the hard stuff, let him do the rest! NO, he's not for sale or trade!!!

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    Glad to see your husband likes to sew. Good for the both of you.

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    That is so cool, a husband that sews!!!!!!

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    My husband doesn't sew but asks every morning if I need to go to the Cloth Store. He sits in the car and waits for me then says "Is that all you bought?" I'll keep in a few more years. He doesn't mind my sewing and not doing all the house work. He does help with that. If I'm having trouble with a project my son even does the dishes for me. Good to have both around.

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