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Thread: Lucky March Table Runners

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    Your table runners are very pretty! I should make one for my Irish DIL. I love the crocheted scarves, too. I used to crochet but haven't in years. May have to take it up again!

    I hope your shoulder is healing well. Do as the doctors say!

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    Love the table runners and your scarfs are Beautiful. Hope you are up and at it soon.

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    Great job!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Those are great...

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    Wonderful table runners and scarfs! Hope your shoulder heals and that soon you will be back at your machine.

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    love the runners and the scarves!!
    Brenda

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    After removal of a bone from my wrist followed by a tvt operation about 6months later I had to do as many craft projects as possible. I was knitting sewing crochet etc. both are beginning to improve slowly. Do as you are told and in no time you wil be sewing.. I also trolled the web to find notions to help me with problems . Ie sewing one handed. I found a bird to hold fabric at times, rulers which held fabric without moving. Keep coming here as well for a look at new projects for the future.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOTTYMO View Post
    After removal of a bone from my wrist followed by a tvt operation about 6months later I had to do as many craft projects as possible. I was knitting sewing crochet etc. both are beginning to improve slowly. Do as you are told and in no time you wil be sewing.. I also trolled the web to find notions to help me with problems . Ie sewing one handed. I found a bird to hold fabric at times, rulers which held fabric without moving. Keep coming here as well for a look at new projects for the future.
    Those are all great ideas, thank you. Good luck with your continued recovery!

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