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Thread: But Honey, It's just like quilting...

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    So impressive that you could do that without an apprenticeship of some kind! I bet your hubby likes it all now that he sees the end result!
    here's a trick for soothing and speeding the healing in your poor hands: Each night rub in a cream with a high aloe vera content. Then rub on a layer of Bag Balm. Next put your hands in either cotton socks, or if you have them, cotton gloves. (You don't have to leave them on all night, just a couple of hours). A few nights of this and you will be able to put on pantyhose without snagging them.

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    come do a shower for me, it's beautiful

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    Very nice .. be sure to soak your hands in your favorite hand lotion when you are done !LOL Oh wear the cotton gloves to bed after you have soaked them !LOL
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    Good job in design and in execution!

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    You are doing a wonderful job, it is so beautiful. Makes me want to redo mine.

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    Your bathroom is a work of art. A nice warm quilt.
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    Go girl, glad to see you can take what you learned in quilting and beautify your home.
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    It's beautiful and if it is harder than a simple design it will also be something you will love forever so .. I have laid tile on a flat surface but haven't tried on a verticle.

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    So it takes a little (or a lot) more time and effort - the results are definitely worth it!!!

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    EXCEPTIONAL!!
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    You go girl! they are fantastic!

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    You are doing a beautiful job, and I know how hard it is. It's going to be gorgeous!
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    what an awesome job you are doing of quilting your wall GOOD FOR YOU!!!

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    It looks great! I see quilting patterns anywhere I go. LOL
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    I know exactly what you mean! I LOVE doing tile work, making stained glass projects - really anything that you have to put things together to make something. The end result is so pleasing every time you look at it. You did a beautiful job on the tile work.

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