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Alanna
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11:25 am Sep 06, 2006

Yes, I have thought of turning the frame side-on but did decide that if I wasn't already bonkers then it wouldn't be too long in coming!

How's your progress on Pinkie by the way? We want pictures!
Fabala
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Location: Atlanta, GA
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4:10 pm Sep 08, 2006

I am working on "In the Grass", and I turned it sideways so I could use the smaller frame...

Since I photocopy the original so I can write on the pages, it also gives me the flexability of putting them in the order I am using them.

I find that working sideways is a lot less likely to make me crazy than working with an enormous frame in my lap... till I can justify spending the $$$ on an Ergo or Gazelle. Smile
rifestitch
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6:31 pm Sep 08, 2006

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... till I can justify spending the $$$ on an Ergo or Gazelle. Smile


You know, I just came from Hobby Lobby, and they sell one of those floor stands - if you sign up for their e-mail list, about every other week they have a 40% off any one item, and the things it is not allowed to be used for does NOT include $110 floor stands!

Gee, I might have to think about trading up from my cheapy Wal Mart stand, even though it technically is working okay for me. I just wish I could remember what one I just looked at - I think it was $104? I think it was the Gazelle... apparently, the photographic memory is out of film. Sad
Fabala
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6:42 pm Sep 08, 2006

Hobby Lobby carries Artisan Design stands??? I thought they were only available online?
Alanna
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6:18 am Sep 09, 2006

somebody PLEASE send me the web address of hobby lobby!
Fabala
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5:39 pm Sep 09, 2006

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somebody PLEASE send me the web address of hobby lobby!


http://www.hobbylobby.com/

<giggle>
spiceglider
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6:22 pm Sep 09, 2006

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Hobby Lobby carries Artisan Design stands??? I thought they were only available online?


I've seen them in there once or twice, but I've never seen the whole line there. They usually have the scroll bars and accessories.

I justified the price of my AD stand as a reward from my husband for living in China for two years. Well worth it. But, as soon as I get all settled and ready to stitch, the phone rings or I have to get up for something else. And, where's the portable phone? Upstairs, in its cradle in the office, of course.
Fabala
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8:15 pm Sep 09, 2006

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I justified the price of my AD stand as a reward from my husband for living in China for two years.


Any chance you could send my husband to China for a while? I'd have more time to stitch... (just kidding)

...

But if you sent my BOSS.... hmmm
spiceglider
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4:43 pm Sep 10, 2006

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Any chance you could send my husband to China for a while? I'd have more time to stitch... (just kidding)




Oddly enough, I think I had more time to stitch when I was in China. We had a maid twice a week, and a small place. I'd work in the morning, have lunch with hubby, come home, straighten, and sit down to sew for a couple of hours before he got home. If he was entertaining clients, I had a few more hours to sew. Very Happy

Oh, well. I'm sure that time still exists in my schedule somewhere. I just have to dig it back out.

Now, about your BOSS... If you really want to show you care? Nothing like spending 10 - 13 hours in Economy Class!!! Twisted Evil
Alanna
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8:10 am Sep 15, 2006

Thanks Fabala, but you know, Rifestitch; I can't see any Artisan Design products on their website except the Lokscroll scroll frames. Sad Maybe they only sell the floor stands in-store?
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