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    Now if your husband was a car mechanic, you would have a car jack under that!
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    Around these parts, we don't call this a "redneck solution". That's just pure Southern Ingenuity! LOL!
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    If we put our minds to it, quilters can find a solution for just about anything. Great job!!!!!!!! Redneck and proud!

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    AAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAH. THAT IS A PERFECT IDEA who says we have to spend a lot of money
    to fix things. lol
    that is just great.
    now have him build you shelves or cubby holes under that table with the other wood he has. lmbo
    SMILE- it will make everyone wonder what you are up to.
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    lol The only thing better would be be if the wood was Duct taped together!

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    Looks like a very thrifty idea to me. Everything on hand is what I like. I hate to wait.
    Another Phyllis
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    Now this is truelyyyyyyy redneck" lols So what was causing the wobble? from one redneck to another.
    Quote Originally Posted by Teeler View Post
    Bouncy Table:
    Attachment 410405

    No more bouncy table! It looks like it would collapse, but it's in there nice & tight, and it's not going to move. Sa-weet! Now I can practice FMQ "full throttle"
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    I love those rednecks - they can make everything work - so they have to be the best quilters with creativity! You did awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbjlinda View Post
    Now this is truelyyyyyyy redneck" lols So what was causing the wobble? from one redneck to another.
    Dunno- 'spose the plastic just wasn't designed to have a machine with up & down moving parts on it, I guess. DH originally put a horizontal bar under there...helped a little...not much.
    Completely eliminating the flexibility in the center did the trick.

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    Fun-neeee! As log as it works, who cares what it looks like?!

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