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    i had some prewashed and some not....i got that look too..so who knows!! just laugh i gues

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    if you are going to sell items made with fabric, you should always prewash the fabric!
    then you'd get the comment, "has this been used" you can bet on it...I never prewash, can you guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by clsurz
    Next time have a sign up in your space that says "I live to annoy the quilt police". LOL
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Boy do I know how that is. Last weekend my grandson was demonstrating blacksmithing at a fall festival. He was making small dragon heads that he then drills a hole in to go on your key chain. So a lady ask him how much for 2 of them and he said just give me a donation. When he was done and she had her dragon heads she gave him 12 pennies. Yep that's what I said - 12 pennies! Takes all kinds to make up the world. And I was so proud of my grandson (he is 20 yrs.old) he just smiled and said thank you. By the way grandma behaved herself to and didn't wack the @#$^%&*.

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    Oh, your list is a winner! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdaniel023
    I used to do craft shows and heard these same things.
    I have a few favorite shows I still go to. DH went with me last year. I absolutely fell in love with a santa. Dh says a little too loudly...."You can make it." I looked at him and said."Probably could, not gonna happen and it wouldn't be this cute." That Santa was a hit in my living room. If that seller is there this year I will buy another.
    That will teach him to have manners...or to stay home.
    Love your Santa! I'm like you---would never get around to making something like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbowzebra
    Boy do I know how that is. Last weekend my grandson was demonstrating blacksmithing at a fall festival. He was making small dragon heads that he then drills a hole in to go on your key chain. So a lady ask him how much for 2 of them and he said just give me a donation. When he was done and she had her dragon heads she gave him 12 pennies. Yep that's what I said - 12 pennies! Takes all kinds to make up the world. And I was so proud of my grandson (he is 20 yrs.old) he just smiled and said thank you. By the way grandma behaved herself to and didn't wack the @#$^%&*.
    Was this in USA??? Where we are so frequently speaking of Christian charity? That is despicable but at 20 you are right not to diallusion him. The world will do it soon enough. Shame

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    HeeHee, #9 reminds me of the time I was at a mountain man re-enactment, participant, we were preparing breakfast over a campfire and a couple ladys asked "is that real fire." Sometime people just don't think before we speak. I can even admit to saying one or two of those things at a craft show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbowzebra
    Boy do I know how that is. Last weekend my grandson was demonstrating blacksmithing at a fall festival. He was making small dragon heads that he then drills a hole in to go on your key chain. So a lady ask him how much for 2 of them and he said just give me a donation. When he was done and she had her dragon heads she gave him 12 pennies. Yep that's what I said - 12 pennies! Takes all kinds to make up the world. And I was so proud of my grandson (he is 20 yrs.old) he just smiled and said thank you. By the way grandma behaved herself to and didn't wack the @#$^%&*.
    Some People!!! Dh and I were doing a fair one time and he had one of his tiny piece quilts. A woman asked him how much, and he said, make an offer. She offered $25. He said, you should know this took over 500 hours to make. She thought some more, and said, How about $30?

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    Quote Originally Posted by valsma
    HeeHee, #9 reminds me of the time I was at a mountain man re-enactment, participant, we were preparing breakfast over a campfire and a couple ladys asked "is that real fire." Sometime people just don't think before we speak. I can even admit to saying one or two of those things at a craft show.
    What ahoot - maybe if you weren't full of Christian kindness you could have told her she could make her very own fire right there - and give her a couple dry sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueSew
    Quote Originally Posted by valsma
    HeeHee, #9 reminds me of the time I was at a mountain man re-enactment, participant, we were preparing breakfast over a campfire and a couple ladys asked "is that real fire." Sometime people just don't think before we speak. I can even admit to saying one or two of those things at a craft show.
    What ahoot - maybe if you weren't full of Christian kindness you could have told her she could make her very own fire right there - and give her a couple dry sticks.
    Yeah, my friends and I had a good laugh, I mean the bacon was sizziling over a fake fire and that was fake heat and smoke coming off of it. We kept it nice and simple , yes it is real fire.

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    I had one lady purchase a table topper, and as she was walking away, she said to her friend..."This will make a great door prize.". So...it really does take all kinds. ;)

    Patti

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