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Thread: Sewing Table/Wine rack.

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    Just had to share my funny of the morning. I saw an ad on Craigs List for a Sewing Table Wine Rack. I thought oh my gosh how interesting and cool is that! So I immediately clicked the link and found the seller is selling a sewing table AND a wine rack. Two different items. Very disappointed. LOL. :-D

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    I'm not sure, but the two combined may spell trouble. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    :lol: Definitely would have caught my eye too!

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    Well -- that's a GREAT idea!!! There are times when I've had to use Jack-the-ripper way too often, that I would LOVE to have a bottle of wine handy!!! ROL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma
    Well -- that's a GREAT idea!!! There are times when I've had to use Jack-the-ripper way too often, that I would LOVE to have a bottle of wine handy!!! ROL!
    Now someone needs to invent a seam ripper, wine opener and we'll be all set!

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    LOL!

    :very disappointed too:

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    I have already used a wine rack for towels in the bathroom. Roll up the towels and place in the wine rack. It looks very cute.

    I am sure you could use a wine rack for rolled up lengths of fabric also. That would look very nice above a cutting table!

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    I love reading mistakes in classified ads. In the pet section someone was advertising puppies for sale, healthy, had first shits. I guess they meant shots LOL!!!

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    What a great idea! I have a small one in my studio and have my pressing polys, freezer wrap, rulers, any long odds & ends that I need to stick somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud
    I'm not sure, but the two combined may spell trouble. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    things may definately turn out to be "scrappy" quilts....


    I think a wine rack would make a lovely stabilizer holder..... I used different grades, and types....... thanks for the idea!

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    Oh how funny!! you girls are all on a roll today :)

    I think it could easily serve dual purposes... wine bottles when company comes, spray starch, spray adhesive, wonder under, etc while being used for quilting!

    and yes... combine the two and create scrappy quilts

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud
    I'm not sure, but the two combined may spell trouble. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    things may definately turn out to be "scrappy" quilts....

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    SO funny. I came in to find out how to get one. I love wine and thought how cool would this be. A little crooked seams after a while but....
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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    SO funny. I came in to find out how to get one. I love wine and thought how cool would this be. A little crooked seams after a while but....
    ...we would have so much FUN doing it, wouldn't we?

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    O.K. someone build one and then market it!

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    My seams are already crooked, and after all the ripping, I need a big glass of wine!

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    I also forgot, it needs to have a mini fridge in it to chill the whites. :>

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