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It's me, Lucille by lucillez
Testing to see if I'm back or still out there somewhere.
December 5th 08 11:56 AM
by lucretia borgia Go to last post
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Not OT - Thanks Vic by anne
The absolutely gorgeous laying tool came today. I know nothing about wood but I can recognize quality ;-) Did you enhance the color of the wood? -- another anne, add ingers to reply
December 5th 08 01:25 AM
by Jangchub[_3_] Go to last post
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Looking for Ladybug Alphabet by Queencityxstitcher
Somewhere I thought I had an alphabet pattern (freebie) that had a small ladybug(bird) on each letter. Now that I need it I can't find it. Does this sound familiar to anyone besides Cheryl and I. I just need the B, J, and V's. TIA Bobbie V.
December 4th 08 09:30 PM
by Queencityxstitcher Go to last post
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Inexpensive but priceless pillows by anne
Despite sewing machine clutch that's not working and battery eating digital camera, somewhat large by 'net standards pictures of finished pillows can be found at http://home.comcast.net/~mommashaft/pillows.html I think I've got at leat 2 more pillow kits but I'm gonna save them for a time...
December 4th 08 03:38 PM
by anne Go to last post
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Dear Red States by Karen C in California
Dear Red States: We've decided we're simultaneously leaving. We intend to form our own country, and we're taking the other Blue States with us. In case you aren't aware, that includes Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, New York, and all of the...
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December 4th 08 02:56 PM
by Jangchub[_3_] Go to last post
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OT Mamma Mia the Movie on DVD December 16 by Karen C in California
Amazon.com: Mamma Mia! The Movie (Two Disc Special Edition) (http://www.amazon.com/Mamma-Mia-Movie-Disc-Special/dp/B001GKJ2DO/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=122 8364046&sr=8-1) There's also a one-disc version a few bucks cheaper. -- Karen C - California Editor/Proofreader...
December 4th 08 05:31 AM
by Karen C in California Go to last post
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OT Pat in Ill and lewmew Class 133 trivia by Gillian Murray
Our class, as of when I am going to bed tonight....I am tired! http://www.funtrivia.com/class_today.cfm It will show who earns bonus points for being in the top ten. Gillian
December 3rd 08 03:22 PM
by lewmew Go to last post
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Fletcher Saga Dec 2008 by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/islandblogging/blogs/005201/0000013564.shtml -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK
December 2nd 08 03:55 PM
by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply) Go to last post
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First snow, some serious stitching time and by Cheryl Isaak
The rest of them are watching football. I've done my trivia and will go back to my book (Home Ice by Jack Falla, may G*d rest his soul) shortly. I've made fair progress with a Dimensions kit - Live Simply. I've had tons of birds at the feeder today as the snow drifts down. Which makes me think...
December 2nd 08 01:56 PM
by Cheryl Isaak Go to last post
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OT Fighting you, Marg by Gill Murray
OK, I started the Global challenge today; the first time on day 1. We should be around most of the winter, so may the games play on. Joining us Cheryl, Trish et al?? Gillian
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December 2nd 08 10:17 AM
by Rosemary Peeler Go to last post
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No Decent B&M Store :( by lewmew
I have a project I wanted to at least start (and actually did) - Stardust's Smoky Mountain Christmas. I pulled the chart and a piece of linen that is big enough, started stitching - and discovered that I should probably do this huge chart (it's 368 x 174) on evenweave instead for the sake of my...
December 1st 08 09:35 PM
by lewmew Go to last post
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Inexpensive (aka cheap) gift idea by anne
Help!!!! One of my stitching groups is having an early holiday luncheon Wednesday. If interested in participating in a gift exchange, we're supposed to bring something stitching related that costs under $10. All the regulars have been stitching for eons and therefore have a lot of stuff;...
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December 1st 08 08:42 PM
by ellice Go to last post
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Automatic needle threader by [email protected]
I just received my Lee Valley Tools Christmas catalogue, and there's a neat little gadget for threading your needle automatically. You can see it on their website, www.leevalley.com, item # 45K27.05 . The picture is actually large enough to see the item clearly! Louisa
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December 1st 08 08:34 PM
by ellice Go to last post
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Floss length by Barbara[_4_]
How long in length should you cut your floss to work on a project.
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December 1st 08 07:58 PM
by ellice Go to last post
10 377
Things to be known before purchasing condoms! by Rocky
Look for the expiration date on the condom package. Don't use the condom if the date has already passed.Use a condom every time you have any kind of sex -- vaginal, anal, or oral. Don't use it more than once. http://condominformation.blogspot.com/
November 30th 08 11:14 PM
by Jangchub[_3_] Go to last post
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somewhat On Topic - bobbin winder by anne
The clutch thingie on my sewing machine is once again 'stuck.' This means that the needle thingie goes up and down when I need to make a bobbin full of thread in order to sew a pillow or purse for my embroidery (see how I've cleverly made it sort of on topic). Someone nice and strong might be...
November 30th 08 05:57 PM
by anne Go to last post
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Cookery - UK versus N. America by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
Whilst struggling to interpret an American recipe I came across this handy translation guide: http://marycontrary.tripod.com/food/charts.html -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK "I went to a restaurant that serves 'breakfast at any time'. So I ordered French Toast during the Renaissance."...
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November 30th 08 04:03 AM
by Olwyn Mary Go to last post
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(no subject) by Gillian Murray
Wonder if she likes Kerry or Kennedy! wrote: "lucretia borgia" wrote: Are there any we can point to currently we believe to be honest, hard working and not there for themselves and a gold plated pension down the road ? ...
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November 29th 08 10:27 PM
by Jangchub[_3_] Go to last post
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OT. To lighten up the day by Gillian Murray
An 18th-century vagabond in England, exhausted and famished, came to a roadside inn with a sign reading, "George and the Dragon." He knocked. The innkeeper's wife stuck her head out a window. "Could ye spare some victuals?" he asked. The woman glanced at his shabby, dirty clothes. "No!"...
November 29th 08 06:10 PM
by Lucille[_3_] Go to last post
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OT - the heck with Xmas - who's is getting ready for Thanksgiving by Cheryl Isaak
I've got all my ingredients except the herb mix I use. I may just mix my own this year. I'm working Monday and then again on Friday so I have plenty of time to get things peeled, chopped, parboiled and roasted to melty goodness. I might even get some real stitching time in.... C
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November 28th 08 11:05 PM
by Lucille[_3_] Go to last post
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