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Thread: Fun While it Lasted

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    Super Member mhunt1717's Avatar
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    (That was the newspaper headline.) I made this quilt during the 35-3 run of the Wildcats!! I am sad both are finished! Backed with a fleece remnant.
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    WOW!!! I love blue and white :D:D:D
    My DS would love to be this quilts owner!!!

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    I love the colors!!! that is an awesome piece of work!!

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    That is a great keepsake & love the blue & white.

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    Good job--our Wildcats lost also. Boo Hoo. While we struggled through the last game, I made buttonholes down the back of a prom dress my daughter had gotten at a thrift shop. It was a l980's dress and supposedly a size l4--but certainly not a 14 by today's standards. When she tried it on, the back lacked 6 inches of meeting so she decided to do buttonholes and lace it up. I did sorta' goof up--I had nylon thread in the bobbin so the buttonholes are a bit scratchy. She thought she could manage for one evening. She is attending a "2nd chance Prom"--just a fun night.

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    Great job! It's a wonderful quilt.

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    Moreland,
    please no talk about Prom dresses. I turned one girl down already this weekend & did four last year & several year before doing alterations. Last year was my DGDs Jr Prom & she drove me nuts changing her mind. I said no more this year.

    The kids don't understand we can't always work miracles, do they. Sorry your team lost. Hope your dau enjoys this 2nd dance.

    TTUL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheila Elaine
    Moreland,
    please no talk about Prom dresses. I turned one girl down already this weekend & did four last year & several year before doing alterations. Last year was my DGDs Jr Prom & she drove me nuts changing her mind. I said no more this year.

    The kids don't understand we can't always work miracles, do they. Sorry your team lost. Hope your dau enjoys this 2nd dance.

    TTUL.
    My daughter is in her 30's so perhaps more accepting of things than teenagers are.

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    Very cool!

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    Very nice :thumbup:

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