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Thread: Cute Video

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    Cute Video

    I promise not to buy any more fabric until I see something I really like. Or it's on sale. Or I think it might match something.

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    That is cute!

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    It is cute. But I think it's safe to say Sarah Chalek (the film's maker) has never sewn a stitch in her life. The lady sewing is standing on the wrong side of the machine, pushing the fabric through against the way the feed dogs are trying to move it.

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    cute, thanks for sharing
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    Really cute! I'm glad all the buttons fell on floor level so he wouldn't have to climb up there again! Cute little lady but bad seamstress!! Great button collector! Did you notice that he took the button from the outside of the box? That box is now unlabeled. Oh, trouble ... trouble...

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySusan View Post
    .....Did you notice that he took the button from the outside of the box? That box is now unlabeled. Oh, trouble ... trouble... ...
    I noticed that, too!
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    very cute!

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    When he first showed up I thought he was the quilt police!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    When he first showed up I thought he was the quilt police!
    lol!
    very cute
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    That was so cute and I enjoyed watching it so much.

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    Remember the “Quilted Northern” TP being made by ladies with knitting needles? They took a lot of flack for that gaff.
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    Cute video even with the mistakes.

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