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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 11:13 #106546

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OK--I am usually the one getting myself in trouble so today I will be good. I like Superior thread and especially Bottom line that I use for piecing and quilting and applique and ....staying on topic ;) Better just go sit with the trouble makers--move over gang.
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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 11:07 #106544

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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 08:36 #106531

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:roll: :lol: :lol: Big sigh with head shaking ! :lol: :lol: Move on over, please ! :lol:
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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 04:02 #106517

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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Guess I had better go and sit on the bench with Lorchan, Keith, Limbania & Norma.....


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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 03:56 #106514

Are you ham-stirring it up there Rosemary? :lol:
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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 03:47 #106513

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Patchworkjill wrote:
PDQuilt please understand that while the forum is full of great ideas and suggestions for us all, it can also be a fun place, and I myself love that about the TQS forum, I don’t always have something to say but I do read it nearly every day with my coffee in one hand and the mouse in the other (and no mouse comments from you lot either by the way.....lol lol lol.....and yes Lorchen I am watching YOU) and find it a great joy, and perhaps some days I have had a bad day or just a bit tired or such but then I read and laugh my head off sometimes.........and I am quite sure you would know and understand that outside of a business meeting it’s like a group of people in a room visiting with each other and how the conversations can change from one thing to another ever so quickly.......I think that so long as we are all ever so kind to each other in life that’s all that matters in the end don’t you.........And always remember you are welcome to start a question thread on the forum of your own choice as that’s what it’s here for so ask away.
8) 8) 8) :lol: :lol: :lol: :) :) :D :D
Jilly, you need to be careful reading some of these threads when drinking coffee, computer keyboards don't like coffee! - just ask Renata about it :wink:
(PS if you don't want any breakfast mouse comments how about a hamster comment instead? they go around wheely fast, but are much better late at night rather than breakfast time)


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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 01:57 #106505

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I want to be there, too! How much space do you have, Keith. Off topic? No, this friendship is what's it all about. You all contribute to making my life more fun (and it was not boring before TQS)

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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 01:17 #106498

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Keith wrote:
And I just can't get Marilyn's blooming ideas out of my head - I have this image of ideas growing beautifully and morphing into more beauty and they're different and better but the kind of the same still... It's exciting... Thanks for the great image, Marilyn!

I get that we should stay on topic, but then I feel a little handcuffed, and that's no fun. But I'll do better at this. Starting in just a minute...

Lorchen, if you simply can't behave - do come sit by me. :)

Hi Rosemary! I'm refraining from saying something very inappropriate. :twisted:

Amen PatchworkJill!

What Keith said! (Two thumbs up) Totally agree. Oh and I'll come sit by you both, don't want to miss all the fun. :wink:

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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 10 Jul 2013 00:09 #106493

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And I just can't get Marilyn's blooming ideas out of my head - I have this image of ideas growing beautifully and morphing into more beauty and they're different and better but the kind of the same still... It's exciting... Thanks for the great image, Marilyn!

I get that we should stay on topic, but then I feel a little handcuffed, and that's no fun. But I'll do better at this. Starting in just a minute...

Lorchen, if you simply can't behave - do come sit by me. :)

Hi Rosemary! I'm refraining from saying something very inappropriate. :twisted:

Amen PatchworkJill!
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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 09 Jul 2013 22:37 #106490

PDQuilt please understand that while the forum is full of great ideas and suggestions for us all, it can also be a fun place, and I myself love that about the TQS forum, I don’t always have something to say but I do read it nearly every day with my coffee in one hand and the mouse in the other (and no mouse comments from you lot either by the way.....lol lol lol.....and yes Lorchen I am watching YOU) and find it a great joy, and perhaps some days I have had a bad day or just a bit tired or such but then I read and laugh my head off sometimes.........and I am quite sure you would know and understand that outside of a business meeting it’s like a group of people in a room visiting with each other and how the conversations can change from one thing to another ever so quickly.......I think that so long as we are all ever so kind to each other in life that’s all that matters in the end don’t you.........And always remember you are welcome to start a question thread on the forum of your own choice as that’s what it’s here for so ask away.
8) 8) 8) :lol: :lol: :lol: :) :) :D :D


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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 09 Jul 2013 22:17 #106488

Hey Lorchen love the new photo or am i just behind the times....... :D :D


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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 09 Jul 2013 08:45 #106443

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Renata wrote:
Thanks Margo and Paula!


Ditto! :D

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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 09 Jul 2013 07:55 #106437

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The trouble is some of us have minds like butterflies, and we flit from flower to flower in the same paragraph....

And back to threads - I have been using YLI 60 weight (18tex) (super fine anyway) for essing Caught red handed and have been pleased with how it is blending in to the seams. My next big decision threadwise is wondering what to use for the quilting patterns that I will be doing. I might actually stay with the same thread and hope to have the pattern visible from the shadows of the quilting rather than the stitching of the quilting, we will just have to wait and see.


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Re: Threads - which do you prefer? 09 Jul 2013 07:45 #106435

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Thanks Margo and Paula!

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