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Thanks! I can't take credit for this design. I found it while googling quilt backs. I was looking for a design for the back that would use up the remaining 2x2s that I had leftover from the front. Funny thing is that I still have squares...those dang squares must multiple in the tin box that I have them in when I'm not looking. Anyway, looks like I will be using those remaining squares in a future scrappy quilt.
He got the little man quilt for his 2nd birthday today - studied it a bit and said BOO (BLUE) - hugged it and wouldn't let anybody look at it. I think maybe he likes it.
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So before placing a bid on that 15 clone on Ebay I sent a message to the seller asking if they would consider shipping vis UPS rather than USPS & how would they be packaging the machine for shipping in order to avoid damage. Here's their reply:
"I guess I would consider UPS. I've never been asked that. Why does it matter? I was just going to pack it in a box with shipping paper. I'm not too concerned with damage as it is in it's own sturdy case."
So Eek! What would you do? The seller has a 99.6% positive feedback.