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    Great idea. thanks for the photos!!

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    You are awesome and so smart....Thanks

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    Clever idea thank u for the tip

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    Clever idea thank u for the tip
    I send it once but there is a copy :(
    any way still good idea

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    A picture is worth a thousand words. thanks for the tip!!!

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    Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    Pictures are worth a thousand words. That is cool and a great ah moment that I can now use. Thanks.

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    Very clever!! Thanks for sharing!

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    I throw it over my shoulder so it is in back of me and out of the way. lol
    Syl

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    Brilliant! I'm always getting "wrapped up" in the binding when I wear ir around my neck. Now this is one great idea! Can't wait to try it! :thumbup:

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    Isn't it great how we share what we learn!
    Thanks for the tip.

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    Awesome idea, I'm going to try this on my next binding project. Thanks for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuzanneG
    Well, I think you're a clever girl! This is a great idea for our small to medium sized quilting projects (even some larger ones really since binding isn't all that heavy even for a larger project, though it does get bulky) and for those concerned about voiding warrenties, not a problem if you don't overload the "binding spool" with binding. I think common sense comes into play here and since most of us are pretty smart cookies, I don't see this being a problem for very many of us! :D :D
    I have to agree with you!!! I don't understand how it could void your warranty.

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    Fantastic idea, thank you so much for sharing. I will have to try this the next time I do binding as I am one of them who has it pooled on my lap in a tangled mess.

    THANKS>>>

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    Thanks for this great DIY tip - it's nice to find ways to solve a problem without having to run off to the store!

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    Oh, great idea!!! Thanks for sharing it!

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    Super idea! Thanks for sharing it along with the pictures. I am going to try this.

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    WOW! Thanks for an excellent explanation that even I, as a beginner can understand. Maybe I'll surprise my friend in Maine with some place mats when I visit in August.

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    Johanna, thank you!! Great tip!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D I'll be using it soon!

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    Great. Don't you feel good when you come up with a good idea.

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    Thanks for the clever idea will try this

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    Great idea. I will have to borrow that one. Thanks!

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    Quilters/Sewers have great minds. Great idea- Thanks

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    Thanks for taking the time to share this tip, along with the pictures, with us! Great idea.

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    The simplest ideas are the best. clever, lady. Thank you for sharing.

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