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Thread: Mug Rug Block Swap

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    Super Member Belfrybat's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by abdconsultant View Post
    I need more answers.........................will announce winner Sunday 23rd.
    Well, I want the answer to #5! I scoured the Internet and couldn't come up with any information on why black thread is different.

    I've just about finished the State blocks for another board so will be making the mug rugs on Monday or Tuesday. I decided to make several in the same pattern but different colours, so when I get the name, I can hopefully find out her colours. The others will be used in various swaps or to make envelope bags -- my new passion.

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    I had a real problem with number 3. I was unclear as to what the heck this referred to? The hand batik coloring, the weaving process? Not a clue as to what the question is really. I am looking forward to reading the answer, it is driving me crazy!
    RedGarnet222

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    Here is a mug rug I made for my mil.
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    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Number 3 was easy..The black thread one was tough, and I kind of read between the lines to answer that one. Number 4 had a few answers that looked good...the starting letter narrowed it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
    I had a real problem with number 3. I was unclear as to what the heck this referred to? The hand batik coloring, the weaving process? Not a clue as to what the question is really. I am looking forward to reading the answer, it is driving me crazy!
    That one was easy for me. Think about what folks in the depression era used to make dresses and/or quilts out of that needed to be taken apart in order to be used.

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    My hardest was #1 I use a Montgomery wards 385B that is at least 50 years old and only has a straight stitch. Never done any surging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat625 View Post
    Does that mean all the ones entered aren't correct?
    no...............................
    Just passing through!

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    swap partners

    annt59 Dedemac
    Applique creatfourpaws
    atpegsquiltstudio belfrybat
    Belfrybat atpegsquiltstudio
    createfourpaws Applique
    Dedemac annt59
    dogsgod jaba
    jaba dogsgod
    Jclinganrey KathyM
    Juanita Bean mipeters
    KathyM jclinganrey
    mimiknoxtaylor Pat625
    mipeters Juanita Bean
    mrsmck Quiltaddition
    paperpieceme Rose Cactus
    Pat625 mimiknoxtaylor
    Quiltaddition mrsmck
    QuilterMomma Red Garnet222
    Quilty-Louise sikesjj
    Red Garnet222 Quiltaddition
    Rose Cactus paperpieceme
    sikesjj Quilty-Louise
    Snownannie Som
    Som Snownannie
    Stippleing Queen Wonnie
    stitchingpost terriamn
    terriamn stitchingpost
    Wonnie StippleingQueen
    Just passing through!

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    ZEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE winner... again............................ Belfrybat!

    Quiz #4

    1. This sewing foot is ideal for producing serged seams._overlock foot___
    2. According to folklore in the Victorian period this type pin cushion was made to repel evil spirits from the home by sitting on the mantel.__Tomato_____
    3. The best indicator to identify a _Feed___ Sack _ is a line of holes from the chain stitching that once held it together.
    4. When manufacturing thread, the thread __twisting___determines value &strength.
    5. The reason black thread sheds most is due to the___re-dying___during manufacturing.
    Just passing through!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdconsultant View Post
    swap partners

    annt59 Dedemac
    Applique creatfourpaws
    atpegsquiltstudio belfrybat
    Belfrybat atpegsquiltstudio
    createfourpaws Applique
    Dedemac annt59
    dogsgod jaba
    jaba dogsgod
    Jclinganrey KathyM
    Juanita Bean mipeters
    KathyM jclinganrey
    mimiknoxtaylor Pat625
    mipeters Juanita Bean
    mrsmck Quiltaddition
    paperpieceme Rose Cactus
    Pat625 mimiknoxtaylor
    Quiltaddition mrsmck
    QuilterMomma Red Garnet222
    Quilty-Louise sikesjj
    Red Garnet222 Quiltaddition
    Rose Cactus paperpieceme
    sikesjj Quilty-Louise
    Snownannie Som
    Som Snownannie
    Stippleing Queen Wonnie
    stitchingpost terriamn
    terriamn stitchingpost
    Wonnie StippleingQueen
    Be sure you get addresses from your partners.
    Make sure your partner is ready to mail before you mail out your rug.
    A lot of swappers have not made contact since sign up!
    Let me know if you run into a hiccup!
    Just passing through!

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