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    Super Member vicki reno's Avatar
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    He is in agreat deal of pain and having to work on a very bog project at working while hurting all the time. MimiSharon has offered to go help out on the domestic chores if he'll send her a plane ticket. Manwhile Patrice is holding the toe and letting Tim just keep on hurting! Poor Tim :lol:

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    all he has to do is come across with the ransom. i'm not asking for much.

    the HSTs are already made; Diet Coke must be on sale somewhere; and how much could a few spools of hot pink thread cost?

    he's just holding out because he loves all the sympathy he's getting from a few certain ladies here.

    who also have toes.
    8) :twisted:

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    He he he he :twisted:

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    Maybe he is waiting on a few to cough up the price of the plane ticket so that he can get Shelly to reattach it for him :!: :)

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    This has been my first experience with a message board of any type. One of the things I have found so wonderful about this group of people is how everyone is so encouraging. No one has a dumb question, and everyone’s work is just as special and important as the next. We all love seeing each other’s work and the complements are just like great big hugs. This is definitely a self-esteem building place. I have tried so many different things since I have been “quilting” with all of you. Not just in my sewing room, but in all areas of my life. It has been a great learning experience. Thank you all for helping me to grow and develop the confidence to try new things and to not worry about whether others may judge my finished project, well that is if I get it finished . . .

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    OOOPs! The quilt police will get for using the "F" word. Us procrastinators don't like to hear about people getting anything done. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    you'e very welcome, Linda. welcome to the family. :P

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    We just one big happy family we even have our bickering childern but we love all of them. I hope to see more messages from you and love to see some pics of your work.

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    Hi, this is Bobbie AGAIN, and I have to agree, that in the less than 24 hours I've been on this forum, there has been NOTHING but nice and helpful people responding. Wow! I feel so happy to be meeting people who are WANTING to be helpful and not cliqish!
    And I have another question, (Can you tell I AM a NEWBE?) I have a 1980 ish Necchi Lydia machine, and can't find a like bobbin for it, nor a 1/4 inch quilting foot. Got any ideas where I can get these? Local quilt shops don't have what I'm looking for, and the plastic bobbins are the pits when they become 1/2 empty!!
    Thanx again, many times. The Lord bless you all for your patience.
    Bobbie

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    I found this site it may have what yor looking for:
    http://www.stitch-n-suck.com/Stitch-n-Suck/Sewing/Bobbins/Bobbins.htm

    It has pictures of all sorts of bobbins and under pic you can click to see what machines they fit.

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    Here is another source. http://www.homesew.com/Bobbins.html

    piney

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    I hardly agree! This is not only informative site but so friendly and helpful I look forward to logging on often. Even if I don't post, just to read what other post is both helpful and fun. And most of the time I get some laughs too! I just found out about the fued, does anyone know what started it? PatriceJ thanks for the laughs. I'll add a question here too, ever heard of the split corner triangle block? I posted in main asking how to make it, do you know? Anyone?

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    Is it a split 9 patch block you're asking about?

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    we aren't fueding. except for his refusal to give me want i want in exchange for his toe we're getting along well enough. it isn't as though he'd tried raiding my stash. then we'd have a problem. :lol:

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    but beware! if you think she offers you some tofu........ she really said toe stew!

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    eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeuuuuuuuuuuuwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!! !!!

    :shock:

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    Hi Suzanne, I live in York,Pa. Where do you live?
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    Hi Suzanne, I live in York,Pa. Where do you live?
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    Hi Patrice...I have been away from the board for what I thought was a short while. It seems that I was wrong. When did this business come up between you and Tim? Wow!! this is not like the soaps...You miss a day or two here and you miss a lot. Having been around for some time (even though I don't talk much) I can appreciate the fun going on between you and Tim. It spices up the day, makes us laugh and we know it is all in fun.
    But, why his toe? Although, having come from a medical backround I know if you took his BIG toe it is very, very hard for him to keep his balance and walk. The other toes are not as important as the big one. No wonder no one has heard from him. He probably can't get to a computer!
    Just a little medical knowledge thrown in there for fun.
    Jean

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