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Re: As a 'seasoned' quilter who can't pin sandwiches 07 Sep 2014 13:16 #121330

  • MargaritaW
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Lorchen, I am sure you will find a way to pin your quilt sandwiches. Margarita
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Re: As a 'seasoned' quilter who can't pin sandwiches 07 Sep 2014 11:39 #121323

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I stay behind after school and use the big tables in one of the science labs. No idea what I'm going to do after I retire. :(
From the edge of Sherwood Forest, home of Robin Hood
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Re: As a 'seasoned' quilter who can't pin sandwiches 07 Sep 2014 10:00 #121321

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Very nice! I've started using a couple of the folding tables with adjustable legs that you can get at Walmart. I use two tables so that the folds mark the center in one direction and the crease between the tables marks the other. I use a doctor's chair to wheel around while doing the pinning. This has been a lot easier on my back than the old floor method! And I can do it out on the deck when the weather cooperates.
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Re: As a 'seasoned' quilter who can't pin sandwiches 07 Sep 2014 09:42 #121320

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Great Idea! Thanks! Pat
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Re: As a 'seasoned' quilter who can't pin sandwiches 06 Sep 2014 19:30 #121310

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Good thinking!
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As a 'seasoned' quilter who can't pin sandwiches 06 Sep 2014 18:06 #121309

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I lifted muy dining table with risers and created a PERFECT height for pinning my sandwich together! I'm in heaven!! Sorry they came up sideways.
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