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Thread: Help! How do I mark a thread "Closed"?

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    Senior Member Sarah in Brooklyn's Avatar
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    Help! How do I mark a thread "Closed"?

    I've looked all over but can't figure this out. I offered some fabrics to people and they're all taken so I'd like to mark the thread closed but I can't figure out how! Thanks for helping.

    Sarah

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    Here are the guidelines as listed under Free Offers and Donations http://www.quiltingboard.com/free-of...a-t168050.html
    It is explained there that you must contact a Moderator to mark the thread closed. I have done that for you.
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    Senior Member Sarah in Brooklyn's Avatar
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    Thank you! I'm afraid I need to impose again - found one more piece!

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    I think once it's closed, you'll have to open another thread. (I think)
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latrinka View Post
    I think once it's closed, you'll have to open another thread. (I think)
    this is correct
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