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I will try to attach a picture of the awesome batting dispenser my husband made for me.

a href="http://good-times.webshots.com/photo/2251860730102757096OiRIDV"><img src="http://thumb16.webshots.net/t/52/652/8/60/73/2251860730102757096OiRIDV_th.jpg" alt="batting roller"></a>

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Wow, can you make it a bigger picture? What a super hubby you have!

I copied your webshot and made it a link to click on.

Very Very nice! I love the "cutting bar"!!!!!!

http://good-times.webshots.com/photo/2251860730102757096OiRIDV


F55CA928B31BF9D50E35FB71F402EFB1.png Millennium/IntelliQuilter 402-450-8321 Designer of the 1/2" foot for Ult II's. 1sheributler@gmail.com

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Can he make one for me!! that is wonderful. I would pay.

Nora

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Nora Alquraisha

Columbia Gorge Quilting

Quilting with my new HQ Fusion"Baby"

Washougal WA

www.columbiagorgequilting.com

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He used a 1" aluminum angle he got at a local hardware store for the cutting guide so I can use my rotary cutter. He didn\'t have any plans to sell these but if there is enough demand, who knows?? It took about $100 worth of materials and a week\'s work so it would have to be streamlined quite a bit to make it a worthwhile business proposition.

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Wow that\'s fantastic, looks gorgeous!! What width batting can it accommodate? It doesn\'t look that wide but it could just be the angle the photo is taken on.

Thanks!

Susan


Susan Moroney

Pieceful Threads

APQS Millennium

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Terrific idea, this surely would sell a lot!


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What a sweetheart of a hubby! You\'re one lucky gal for him to put his energy into making such a neat item for your quilting space! Sure makes the area look tidy, too...nothing draping & flopping around--it\'s all contained on the one roller!

Thanks for sharing.

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My hubby made me one that hangs up on the wall out of the way, and you pull the batting down. It\' also has the cutting bar that is hinged, so you snap it down to hold the batting in place and cut.

I have to paint mine yet, as I want it "black." But, mine only cost about $65 to make. I\'ll have to take a pic when I get my new camera this week.


F55CA928B31BF9D50E35FB71F402EFB1.png Millennium/IntelliQuilter 402-450-8321 Designer of the 1/2" foot for Ult II's. 1sheributler@gmail.com

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