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Thread: A New Method for Managing Binding

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    Senior Member CircleSquare's Avatar
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    I use Superior Threads on cones for my longarm, and the empty cones are straight, not funnel shaped. This morning I needed something to wind my binding strip on, and saw one of these empty cones sitting on the shelf! Wa-lah! It worked great on the thread cone holder!
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    Great idea!

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    Ingenious

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    Cute quilt and love the idea!

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    Great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma58
    Great idea!
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    That's the back of the quilt. Here is the front.
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    Nifty Idea.

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    Great idea!!

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    Necesssity is the mother of invention!!! Great idea!

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