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Thread: I didn't mean to do it

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    Wink I didn't mean to do it

    oopppssy!!
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    love this......

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    Haha - how appropriate - I have turned our dining room into my sewing room! (and I'm always warning DH to be careful when walking in there!)

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    Good one, thanks for sharing.

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    Many, many, many moons ago(yeah, I'm that old) when I was a teen ager, I loved to embroidery. I had the horrible habbit of sticking my needle in the couch cushion when I got up to do something else. Well, my Mom sat on one of my needles. OUCH!! I felt terrible and needless to say I never did that again. Poor Mom! I guess that's why I'm so very careful with my pins and needles to this day.

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    All who enter my home are warned to wear shoes in the house. Their bare feet are safer outside than they are inside.

    I do sympathize with those who encounter an errant pin...and then hand them the magnetic 'wand' to sweep for more pins!

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    Almost 30 years ago I came to this country from Germany to live with my Aunt and Uncle for a year as an Exchange student. One day, my cousin asked me to fix the small rip in the seam of one of his dress shirts and I obliged by sewing it closed with a hand needle...while sitting on his waterbed!!! I also had a habit to stick a needle next to me in the cushion. To my horror, my poor cousin woke up the next morning soaking wet in a leaking waterbed. I have used a pin cushion since then

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    That is funny!

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    ROFL! What a MAN!
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    When sewing binding onto my quilts I use to just lay the needle just anywhere on the quilt. I finally learned to put on something dark so I would be able to find it easier. I finally got tired of hunting for it.
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    That REALLY tickled my funny bone! Thanks!
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    rofl---hahahahha---ohohoh---had a good laugh especially the pic looks just like my ex.......okay got to catch my breath now. thanks...

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    Long time ago in another life I was 4-H adviser and when the meeting was a my house the girls thought it was fun to pick all the pins they could find out of the carpet.
    Thankful to still be here.Someone upstairs must still have a plan for me.

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    love that one. lol.
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    That's why my husband bought me a telescopic wand thing with a light and magnetic end. After I sew a quick wave around the area and pins and needles galore stick to the end

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