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Thread: Finished my new extension table

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    After many helpful hints from this board, I made a 30 x 36 extension table for my machine. The styrofoam block which forms the rest of the table was a freebie headed for the trash by a neighbor - top for a hot tub which I cut down to fit. Quilting a large quilt is now a whole lot easier. Thanks to everyone for their tips, etc.
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    YEAH....Happy Quilting.

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    clever. Good job!

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    Great job!

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    That's great!

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    hummmmm. wonder if DH will notice the top of the hot tub missing ??? lol

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    That is so neat. I want one of those. I am learning how to quilt, and am doing the doll quilt right now, and already can see where that would be a whole lot better to handle the fabric. Thank you for sharing. Penny

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    great idea and yours looks good!

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    Great table. You sure are resourceful. That's going to make it much easier to quilt.

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    What a great setup!
    The styrofoam block which forms the rest of the table was a freebie headed for the trash by a neighbor
    I'm still kicking myself for letting a couple of big pieces of styrofoam get away from me. They weren't as thick as yours but would have made a nice design wall.

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