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OT OT how to destroy by Polly Esther[_5_]
I need to destroy a computer. It's not that I'm angry or anything. I just need it destroyed to ashes. There's nothing on it that would be particularly useful to the law enforcement drones - just stuff that's personal and I don't want to share. Do I take a screwdriver and axe,...
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September 7th 10 12:21 PM
by J*[_5_] Go to last post
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How To Become a Basket Case! by John
This is the last of these things I am going to do. They are just too hard to sew. When you have to sew together 4 layers of canvas, two layers of batting and Pellon stiffener, it is more than a simple mechanical sewing machine can handle. I had to hand sew the bottom to the side by rotating the...
September 7th 10 02:19 AM
by John Go to last post
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NZ earthquake? by Taria
You kiwis ok down there? Taria
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September 6th 10 12:04 PM
by J*[_5_] Go to last post
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OT no brakes on Hurricanes by Polly Esther[_5_]
I'm hoping all our friends on the Atlantic coast even inland as much as 200 miles are paying serious attention to Hurricane Earl. Hurricanes do not roar up to the beach and slam on brakes. They weaken just a little when they hit land but they spawn tornadoes and all manner of misery. ...
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September 4th 10 11:54 PM
by Roy/Jane Kay Go to last post
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Mystery Bag Revealed. by John
Ok. So it really isn't a mystery. But it might have been a mystery, if I could have completed it as one. Let me explain. This Large, Shoulder Tote/Weekender bag, started out to be a Back Pack of the Bergen Rucksack type. I bought a bunch of heavy weight cotton canvas for the structural foundation...
September 4th 10 05:30 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Needing Grinch Christmas authority by Polly Esther[_5_]
What was I thinking? Our youngest daughter, DDIL, Grand and BF asked for Christmas tree skirts back last December and I thought that would be such a happy, easy gift for all 4 of them. The one on the design wall just now is for DD. She is such a fan of The Grinch. The stash had some...
September 4th 10 03:37 AM
by Polly Esther[_5_] Go to last post
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An evil quilt attacks you ! by Karl-Hugo Weesberg
You are in an old house, alone! Suddenly and without warning, an evil, cursed quilt from hell attacks you! What do you do?
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September 4th 10 12:55 AM
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help me assemble my quilt frame by Dawn
I've had this for *years* in the garage and have no idea how to put it together. http://www.reddawn.net/temp/quiltframe/index.html There are bolts with wing nuts all over it. The wide piece across the middle bolts into the narrow 3-pc sections on each end, there are clear marks where it has gone...
September 3rd 10 11:34 PM
by Sandy E Go to last post
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Baby Quilt by Chiara[_2_]
I just finish my NEW Quilt.....Giacomino... see in my blog photos Leave a Comment or Vote in a blog (in english of course) pls pls pls link: http://ilmondodichiara.wordpress.com/ search me in Facebook for be a FAN! and follow all my works! here...
September 3rd 10 02:26 PM
by Maureen Wozniak Go to last post
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ping Leslie by Taria
Leslie, You would appreciate this. I just took Georgia in for her rabies and other shots. DH asked when I got home if I remembered her shot card. I reminded him those are for little kids, dogs just get a rabies certificate. Kind of funny. Dogs, kids, not shortage of shots with either. Taria
September 3rd 10 05:03 AM
by Leslie& The Furbabies in MO. Go to last post
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free patterns by Sandy E
Howdy! http://www.connectingthreads.com/patterns/Free_Quilting_Patterns__L601021.ht ml?showAll=yes or from Tiny Earl: http://tinyurl.com/2vl2ljm Cheers!
September 3rd 10 02:13 AM
by Judie in Penfield NY[_5_] Go to last post
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feeling stupid by Karen, Queen of Squishies[_2_]
Thunderbird, my newsreader, decided to update itself. Now I can't find the 'reply' button when I read the messages. What I wanted to say was - John, you should start a line of Girly accessories on Etsy. They look great! But I couldn't find the button. Alas... I suppose that's what I get...
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September 2nd 10 09:17 PM
by J*[_5_] Go to last post
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CNN 5 yrs after Katrina by Susan Laity Price
After watching CNN for several hours report on the Gulf coast 5 years after Katrina I was wondering if our on-the-spot reporters who lived through the storm could give us a personal report. Are your communities functioning again? Or maybe the question should be were they functioning again before...
September 2nd 10 07:58 PM
by Joanna[_3_] Go to last post
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An Item of Mostly Girly Silliness by John
Here is a truly one of a kind crazy idea. While making one of the bags this came as an inspiration to me for doing something that might be considered somewhat "Off The Charts". My wife shakes her head when she sees it and wonders if this whole sewing thing has gotten out of hand. I, on the other...
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September 2nd 10 07:38 PM
by Joanna[_3_] Go to last post
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Realizing I should have taken up a different hobby by Sunny[_2_]
The first truly quilted thing I made was a 'quilt' for my oldest son. I used the yellow brick road pattern and had him pick out about 10 different patterns of fleece. It's huge. I made it long enough and wide enough for him to roll completely up in, head and toes included (he's 6'3"). I backed it...
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September 2nd 10 07:34 PM
by Joanna[_3_] Go to last post
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OT Karma by Joanna[_3_]
After a very hard day yesterday someone else's misery truly uplifting, thanx for the giggle. Joanna On 8/22/2010 2:18 PM, NightMist wrote: My Goddess is a scary Goddess. Scourge of the battlefield, drinker of the blood of the fallen, bringer of strife, she who brings vengeance upon those...
September 2nd 10 07:14 PM
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OT had to share this one by Polly Esther[_5_]
Down in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, Boudreaux gets a job with BP helping with the oil spill cleanup. He reports for work and is told to speak to a supervisor about his assignment. He finds the man and asks, "What it is I supposed to do?" The supervisor tells him to go to the animal shelter and...
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September 2nd 10 03:35 PM
by Irondale Go to last post
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New quilt finished - pix by Bronnie[_2_]
I have just finished a Japanese fabric quilt which I have titled "Kirichigae". Kirichigae means 'changed cut' and is the name of the block (#39) from the quilt book " Japanese Quilt Blocks, to mix & match" by Susan Briscoe. There are some lovely block designs in this book. The block...
September 2nd 10 01:43 PM
by Maureen Wozniak Go to last post
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D.A.R. Fabric by John
My wife just made me aware of this line of fabric that is produced under the Imprimatur of The Daughters of the American Revolution, of which she is a member. It looks quite impressive and complete. I have not seen any of it in person, but they wouldn't do anything by 1/2 measures, or at least that...
September 2nd 10 01:42 PM
by Maureen Wozniak Go to last post
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Latest quilt completed - pix by Bronnie[_2_]
I have just finished a Japanese fabric quilt which I have titled "Kirichigae". Kirichigae means 'changed cut' and is the name of the block (#39) from the quilt book " Japanese Quilt Blocks, to mix & match" by Susan Briscoe. There are some lovely block designs in this book. The block comprises a...
September 2nd 10 01:26 AM
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