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  • Re: Cord tips

    Home Depot or Lowes have velcro strips with a "pass through" opening in one end. loop the velcro and wrap around the cords. I also use it for my ironing cords when not in use and any extension cords that are really longer than needed. It neatens everything up. "
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Pat on Mon, Sep 5 2011
  • Cord tips

    When going to class I used to have "wild" electrical cords. I purchased some velcro strips from the local building supply store and now they are perfectly coiled and easy to use.
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Pat on Sun, Jul 24 2011
  • Re: Questions regarding Getting Started

    Nana, I usually do hst squares with thangles or cut the squares 1/4" larger, sew both fabrics then cut to make the squares. I then use the Fons & Porter ruler to trim to the proper size. I like this much better because I don't have the distortion that I usually get sewing on the diagonal. Can the procedure be used for MQ3 rather than cut
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #3 (Forum) by Pat on Sun, Sep 5 2010
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