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Thread: Which do you do?

  1. #26
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    If I'm completely happy with the way I'm doing something -- it works for me without frustrations or problems -- then I usually stick with it. But I'm always completely grateful for suggestions that make what is not working for me, well, workable. So yes, I try new things....and when they are better I'm always appreciative to whoever thought of the easier way!

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    Super Member crafty pat's Avatar
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    Live Oak, Texas
    In am always open to try new things and ways of doing things. I have learned much better ways of doing a lot of things on the board. We never learn if we don't try new things.

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    Super Member misseva's Avatar
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    I love to try new ideas. The Elmer's glue basting was the BEST. I hate pin basting and purchased spray basting is soooo expensive and the over spray is not fun to deal with. But Elmer's is the BOMB.

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    Senior Member ShirlR's Avatar
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    The Beautiful Willamette Valley In Oregon
    I'm always up for new ideas and will experiment, but only as a test first. If something's easier and foolproof, I'm all in! (Maybe that's why I have so many sewing notions, lol!)
    "We shall pass this way on Earth but once; if there is any kindness we can show, or good act we can do, let us do it now, for we will never pass this way again." Stephen Grellet

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    Super Member wildyard's Avatar
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    Upstate NY, north of Syracuse Area
    If the new way is in an area where I am having a problem, or is something that would help me save strain on my body, especially, arms and neck, then I definitely will try it. However, if it's just another way to do something that I am already happy with the way it I do it, and it's easy for me, then I probably will just let it go.
    Linda Wedge White

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  6. #31
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    the beach
    When it comes to food, I will always buy/order something I have never had. Same goes for quilting -- always open to new experiences.

    My problem is that I buy something to try a new approach, like Clover clips, and never get around to trying them. At this point, it would take more time to find them that to do it the old way!
    "Accomplishment is a consequence of effort" -- Michael Crichton

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