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how to sew a quilt! (quilting 101)
Mineral deposits.... enough said. Also, heat + humidity = bacteria growth so yes these things will grow mold and other things if left damp and dirty for semi-long periods of time (a day or so can make it grow mold).
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Awesome! This really testifies that embroidery is easy and fun. Thank you for sharing an easy-to-follow instructions. Bruce, https://www.printavo.com
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My wife has a "never fail" fudge recipe that is based on jars of Marshmallow. I may record her making it for Christmas so we can see which really is the easiest ever :-)
Is the Bag Contest still in the works? :-D
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please do another GAME.LIFE contest!!!!!!!
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Any contest works for me, thanks for the invite! :) FoodLivingWorkshopOutdoorTechPlay - kylie5Kupward
go ahead and put me down for everything - CollegeChemistry
I would be happy to judge Food, Living, Outdoor, and Play. I think Tech and Workshop are beyond me, for now at least. This site has been re-wiring my brain, getting me to think of new possibilities, and giving me the confidence to try new things. :) - Cherzer
I would be interested in judging: LivingWorkshopOutdoor - Tinsel And Wheat
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I love this :)
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This is a great tutorial! I'm making my first quilt for a new grand-baby. I'm at the quilting stage and I'm using Coats Transparent polyester thread for the top stitching. It's giving me a run for my money! It behaves like an unruly fishing line and won't stay in the tracks at the top of the machine, often winding its way around the metal guide and snapping mid-column. Is anyone else having this problem? Am I using the wrong thread? I'd be grateful for any advice...... thanks!
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adorable!!! and I admire your dedication to carving :D
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First attempt. :)
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