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This is a discussion group for all you machine embroiderers out there - a place where you can showcase your creations and we can chat and share resources.

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Started by Janet/MO. Last reply by Ally Bryant Nov 12, 2020. 38 Replies


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Comment by Janet/MO on January 13, 2021 at 7:25am

Thanks Barbara, Sheila & Debbi.  

Comment by Debbi Lamb/AZ on January 13, 2021 at 4:13am

Janet - that table topper is really nice! Great job!

Comment by Sheila Craft on January 13, 2021 at 3:50am

I almost bought those snowflake designs, Janet. Now I wish I had. Really cute!

Comment by Barbara S/IL on January 12, 2021 at 6:02pm

That's so pretty, janet. 

Comment by Janet/MO on January 12, 2021 at 5:33pm

I finished this little snowflake table topper today.  It was fun to work on.

Comment by Janet/MO on January 6, 2021 at 4:02pm

I too have been glued to my tv all afternoon.  Almost makes the 1960's look  tame.

Comment by Sheila Craft on January 6, 2021 at 12:11pm

Entirely possible, Ally. Who knows.

I have to say that I've been watching today's events and it's a sad, sad day here in the US - such disregard for Democracy and People's health.

Comment by Ally Bryant on January 6, 2021 at 12:09pm

Thank you for the cleaning tips going to save them. I don't have copd but t h ey say I am border asthma just need a puffer w h en I go to Hong Kong, air pollution or if the weather gets really humid.

Wonder if it is from hair products I used had my own hair salon for 26 years.

Comment by Janet/MO on January 5, 2021 at 11:17am

Debbi and Carol, thanks for these cleaning recipes.  I will definitely give them both a try.

Sheila, I know what you mean about getting the hubby to help without having to ask a/k/a hound them.  Larry actually was a better help when he worked 60 hrs a week then he is now.  Guess he figured when he retired that included helping around the house too.  LOL

Comment by Sheila Craft on January 5, 2021 at 7:45am

Carol B - since hubby is a retired plumber, that's not something I worry too much about. LOL! I make him deal with those issues - toilet's in particular! But, the actual cleaning of things is my concern. I've always been a worker when it comes to keeping my home clean but, the COPD and still having to work has become a real struggle. Bill will do whatever I ask him to but, having to ASK is the struggle. I've always done it myself and, of course, he doesn't do it as well as I would - AND - he's an excellent procrastinator, too. I don't know if he's ever wielded a dust rag in his life and dust is not my friend, as I'm sure you can relate to. It gets old when I have to ask him to vacuum twice a week. The only 3 things he does without having to ask him to is: cook, dishes, and his own laundry. But, you can place a laundry basket right next to the bed and he'll still drop his clothes on the floor - right next to the basket! I'm a put it back type of gal but, not him.

Anyway - (don't let me get started on that subject!), the more natural cleaners I can find, the better. So, in your searches, ladies, please remember to share!


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