Wyonut2run

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  1. I trim mine at the edge of the quilt. I use a long ruler and rotary cutter so I can get the edge straight, even trim a bit the quilt edge off if i need to. Diane
  2. Some people recommend not seaming down the middle of the back to avoid having a seam where the quilt will be folded. Diane
  3. I was sure glad to have this information on Sunday. Wore a white vest to the grocery store and got ball point pen marks on it (gotta cross those items off the list!). Took the marks off easily with rubbing alcohol, threw it in with the white dress shirts, wash and dried just fine, the marks are gone! But wait, there is a new mark, and another! I had forgotten to take the pen out of my pocket and now have blue ink marks all over the shirts, too! Aaarrrrgghh
  4. Why not use a selfie stick and use the camera on your phone?
  5. I also use a wine rack. But I added a recipe card to the end of each panto that has the name of the panto on it so I do not have to pull it out to see what it is. DiNe
  6. I am starting a list of places that offer discounts and happy hours so we can eat out cheaply. I gave up cooking for Lent one year and just never picked it up again! Diane
  7. I think part of the reason the quilt "moves" (shrinks) a bit is because of the quilting. Especially if the panto is dense. Diane
  8. I learned on a non stitch regulated machine. I did about 50 quilts on my sister's Voyager 17 before buying a 2012 millennium. Being on this forum puts you 10 steps ahead of where I was! Good luck. Diane
  9. I got the Go!big electric so that I can continue to quilt as my arthritis gets worse.
  10. I use PermaCore tex 30 on my 2012 Millie. I haven't had any issues with tension or thread breaking. Diane
  11. My sister had the end in a closet for years before getting a new space.
  12. Kansas City Star Cottage Tulips 1931. I found it on Pinterest after googling it. Diane