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Old August 31st 03, 05:32 AM
Jalynne
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I decided to take advantage of JoAnn's anniversary sale and got myself a portable Ott
Lite. I love it. No more headaches when quilting, and it'll be sooooo good for me
this winter, because I normally get slightly depressed in the winters. Yippeeee!
Next, i'm gonna save up and get one of those antique looking ones..they're beautiful.
Anyway, thought I'd share...I"m hoping this will actually increase quilt
production...hehe.

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Old August 31st 03, 01:57 PM
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Good move, good move! Wish I had one already, but I have to pay my dues
first it seems.

Karen, Queen of Squishies


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Old August 31st 03, 03:49 PM
Pat in Virginia
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Easier still Helen: do not allow anyone to buy dark blue socks!
If it is imperative, then one should only buy a style totally
different from the black socks. Never the twain shall meet!
PAT

John Freese wrote:

they're great for sorting black vs. blue socks too!
Helen in MN

"Jalynne" wrote in message
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I decided to take advantage of JoAnn's anniversary sale and got myself a

portable Ott
Lite.

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Old August 31st 03, 04:24 PM
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Didn't help me increase production, but you may have different results.

I love the look of the antique ones too. I don't have room for any more
furniture, or I'd save for one too.


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"Jalynne" wrote in message
ink.net...
I decided to take advantage of JoAnn's anniversary sale and got myself a

portable Ott
Lite. I love it. No more headaches when quilting, and it'll be sooooo

good for me
this winter, because I normally get slightly depressed in the winters.

Yippeeee!
Next, i'm gonna save up and get one of those antique looking ones..they're

beautiful.
Anyway, thought I'd share...I"m hoping this will actually increase quilt
production...hehe.

--
Jalynne
Queen Gypsy (snail mail available upon request)
see what i've been up to at www.100megsfree4.com/jalynne




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Old August 31st 03, 08:15 PM
Ruth in Happy Camp
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Final solution: Buy a gross of same stock sock and throw away all the old
ones.
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"John Freese" wrote in message
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they're great for sorting black vs. blue socks too!
Helen in MN


I solved that problem. I put DH's socks in one of those mesh bags that go
in the washing machine and then throw the whole bag in the drawer. I held
my breath for a few days, but it's been a couple weeks now and he hasn't
said anything.

Cindy




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Old September 1st 03, 12:26 AM
Pam Runyon
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Love my Ott light. Just think since I only have a floor model for my sewing
machine area. I'll probably need to sit at the machine more so I won't have
depressive episodes. Sounds logical. lol

Pam
"Queen of Squishies" wrote in message
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Good move, good move! Wish I had one already, but I have to pay my dues
first it seems.

Karen, Queen of Squishies




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Old September 1st 03, 02:42 AM
Diana Curtis
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That is such a sane idea. No more mismatched socks. No more getting mad at
DH for taking mine and stretching them out.
Thats what Im going to do... a gross of socks for each, with each getting a
different color. Neither of us mistakes Megs for ours. She still gets cute
ones but this time Im still buying a gross so there isnt that matching
problem. GRrrrrrrr. Ok.. maybe not a gross but a nice dozen each sounds
good.
Diana

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"Ruth in Happy Camp" wrote in message
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Final solution: Buy a gross of same stock sock and throw away all the old
ones.
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Ruth in Happy Camp
"teleflora" wrote in message
.. .

"John Freese" wrote in message
...
they're great for sorting black vs. blue socks too!
Helen in MN


I solved that problem. I put DH's socks in one of those mesh bags that

go
in the washing machine and then throw the whole bag in the drawer. I

held
my breath for a few days, but it's been a couple weeks now and he hasn't
said anything.

Cindy






 




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