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    protector

    I've been making a new tote which means a lot of quilting. Instead of moving my machine this time, I placed a piece of poster board behind my machine to protect all the stuff I have behind my machine.
    I had to thread some strapping thru' a tube so used one of my quilting gloves to help pull the fabric along the tube.
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    Good idea, so you don't drag everything around as you quilt.
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    Very clever. Can't wait to see you post a pic of the bag

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    Good idea! We always have to come up with creative ideas to suit our needs at the time. Someone on this site always has an idea too if we can't think of it on our own.

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    Good idea. i usually push things off. I do try to keep it tidy but never win.

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