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Thread: Ten Comandments of My Sewing Room

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    Super Member bebe's Avatar
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    1. Thou shalt not put away no ironinh board before its time.
    2. Thou shalt not expect meals, clean laundry, or a sparkling house when sewing calls.
    3. Thou shalt walk through this room as if treading on pins and needles.
    4. Thou shalt not use my fabric shears.
    5. Thou shalt not covet my sewing machine.
    6. Thou shalt stick no unthreaded needles in the pincushion.
    7. Thou shalt always remember a stich in time saves nine.
    8. Thou shalt not touch my organized mess.
    9. Thou shalt rember that each item sewn is stiched with love and care.
    10. Thou shalt praise God often for all creative talents.

    Amen.


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    10. Thou shalt praise God often for all creative talents.


    Oh, yeah!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I wish I had that in a stitch sampler. Thanks.

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    Well, copy and paste. then get busy making one we know you can sew, hah. :lol:

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    I'm not a computer whiz, Don't know how to copy and paste, I"m thinking about writing them down, and then getting the stuff to do it. Because I really like it. Altho I've not done alot of needle point. I have done some, small little things. But that takes time away from quilting and I'd rather design and make a quilt. I know I'm bad, But I'll put it on my to do list.

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    Loretta, That's a great idea.

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    bebe, that's wonderful. I love it. Makes me smile, thanks.

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    That is perfect!! Thanks Bebe!!

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    Linda Dryer's website has this digitized for machine embroidery. The page also shows an example of a Cathedral Window-looking quilt made from the designs. It's http://www.lindadryer.com/designsets.htm, under the "Sewing" category.

    Di

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    Thought I would bump it up since we have so many new Quilters on the board.

    Enjoy reading it :lol:

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    thank you for bringing this one back too :D :D :D

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    Ok, fourth try ... since I am almost a computer whiz I cut and pasted so we all can print and put up in our craft areas.

    Enjoy & Happy Thanksgiving
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    Thank you Bebe.
    I copied it to a file for later use :D

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    Those are wonderful rules. My kids say they can hear me yelling all the way from my job if they even touch my scissors.

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    Bebe - that was great!!! Thanks for bringing it back up!! :D :D

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    7. Thou shalt always remember a stich in time saves nine.

    I know I've heard that before, but don't remember what it means... help?

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    A little tear is easier to fix than a large tear.

    A little hole is easier to patch than a big hole.

    A little mess is easier to clean up than a big mess.

    A small misunderstanding is easier to repair than a large misunderstanding.

    and on and on.

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    good ones read again!!!!!

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