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Topic: Washing before finished
plr1340plr
Replies: 5
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Posted: 4:02 pm Jan 16, 2014
Subject: Re: Washing before finished
Just an aside here. Somehow I got a spot of red penonmy material while working on it.. The pattern had ivy leaves, so \I just added another ivy leaf over the spot.. so who knew..but y'all now.... Pam ...
Topic: Washing before finished
plr1340plr
Replies: 5
Views: 6558

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Posted: 4:08 pm Jan 01, 2014
Subject: Re: Washing before finished
How do you ladies wash the fabric while stitching? I have a similar situation with a dirty spot on fabric before I figured out to put a white pillow case over the arm of the chair I'm working in. I ...
Topic: Thread Organizer Rings.
plr1340plr
Replies: 1
Views: 4701

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Posted: 7:41 am Jul 03, 2013
Subject: Thread Organizer Rings.
Hi Patricia, Pamn here. Thanks for the hint to use a small ring to mark the start of the bags on the ring. That's an excellent idea and I intend to put it to use immediately.
I also use two rings, ...
Topic: Thread Organizer Rings
plr1340plr
Replies: 1
Views: 4909

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Posted: 5:39 pm Jun 30, 2013
Subject: Thread Organizer Rings
Hello, Pamn here. I seem to remember someone lamenting that they usually use rings and floss away bags to organize their project threads, but there were too many threads in these projects to fit on a ...
Topic: Washing before finished
plr1340plr
Replies: 5
Views: 6558

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Posted: 8:12 pm Jun 27, 2013
Subject: Washing before finished
Hi Niftyspark, Pamn Ravenscroft here. Should be okay to wash it before finish. You are right about the grubbiness getting "set in". I've done this early washing a couple of times to no il ...
Topic: Guideline for dark fabric
plr1340plr
Replies: 2
Views: 4734

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Posted: 10:40 pm Jun 16, 2013
Subject: Re: Guideline for dark fabric
Laraine, Nope. I walked into the store and bought it. We have an Academy Sports nearby. I suppose you could buy it online at their website (google to find it). The SKU number is 24777 06635. The ...
Topic: Guideline for dark fabric
plr1340plr
Replies: 2
Views: 4734

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Posted: 12:57 pm Jun 16, 2013
Subject: Guideline for dark fabric
I have a "guideline" for use on dark fabric (red just doesn't stand out). I bought this at Academy Sports--they didn't have it at Wal Mart. It's a fishing line called Sufix Tritanium Plus ...
Topic: Even Stitches
plr1340plr
Replies: 3
Views: 4614

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Posted: 9:51 am Jun 16, 2013
Subject: Re: Even Stitches
Does anyone know how to get the same height on your stitching when you are following the color. I work inside a grid of 10 stitches and 5 rows. I follow the color English Style. Some of my stitche ...
Topic: Help, not happy with framers job.
plr1340plr
Replies: 7
Views: 6208

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Posted: 11:17 am Jun 02, 2013
Subject: Re: Monet's Water Lillies
Thanks for you tips. I stitched the picture in the pages of the pattern, but that is not the size of the lines, now are the spaced where the q-snaps would have been. From what I can tell it seems lik ...
Topic: Help, not happy with framers job.
plr1340plr
Replies: 7
Views: 6208

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Posted: 11:09 pm Jun 01, 2013
Subject: Monet's Water Lillies
Thanks for you tips. I stitched the picture in the pages of the pattern, but that is not the size of the lines, now are the spaced where the q-snaps would have been. From what I can tell it seems lik ...

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