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Thread: funny thing happened today

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    Super Member jayelee's Avatar
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    Yes when we made mine we put in the third pipe because without it I think you still have to baste your quilt with the third pipe you do not and so one suggested using clamps for your tension ribbons

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    Thanks so much. I am learning a lot from you all. I can't wait to get to the next days news. Everyone is so helpful.

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    This is what is so wonderful about you quilters, always some post that gives me a good laugh and at the same time time I learn all these good lessons you share with me. Keep them coming!

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    so funny... i love it!

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    That is to funny. God bless.

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    i don't know lets ask my cat, she has a field day if i leave it on the table, not fun to clean up

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    You made a spiderweb!

    When the kids were little, and in the same room my sewing room is now, used to be a dining room, I gave each kid a ball of yarn and told them they could make a spiderweb. Admittedly, on cold snowy days they needed 'something' to do. So they were busy for a couple of hours winding that yarn in the rungs of the chairs and around eveerything in the room. We left it for a couple of days, it was their masterpiece.
    Was this your version of a masterpiece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RugosaB
    You made a spiderweb!

    When the kids were little, and in the same room my sewing room is now, used to be a dining room, I gave each kid a ball of yarn and told them they could make a spiderweb. Admittedly, on cold snowy days they needed 'something' to do. So they were busy for a couple of hours winding that yarn in the rungs of the chairs and around eveerything in the room. We left it for a couple of days, it was their masterpiece.
    Was this your version of a masterpiece?
    I think it was!

    When my DD was young she was always winding things in and around furniture legs, drawer pulls, anything that she could tie to. Well, I almost killed myself every time I went into her room! I was always afraid her next work of art would be a noose! Thank goodness she out grew that hobby! :lol: :lol:

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