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Old 08-11-2016, 08:39 PM   #58157
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:43 PM   #58158
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I have lots of fabric to get rid of. I don't want any in return.....

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Ok... for those who are not on FB... here's the report from the sinus surgeon followup.

It didn't go as I hoped but was not unexpected. 2 injections to the posterior and 21 days of antibiotics - and another appointment with the surgeon on the 17th. Sinus infection and a polyp coming back. Good news remains - the septum is healing - not a perfect fix but good and the pathology was negative. Even in this condition, I'm better than I was. Hopefully the meds do the trick.

I am getting so antsy to move. If he keeps me here any longer I will probably take Bonita to the shop again just to have the drive time. Most fun I've had lately is driving to the shop. Oh the humanity!
Wishing you faster healing.
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:45 PM   #58159
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Dang Steve, prayers are you'll get better! Period!
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Fat quarters are 18" x 22". A full yard is 36" x 44", so a regular 1/4 yard would be 9" x 44". A fat quarter is the 36" x 44" piece cut in four pieces.

Dalmatian fabric? Wowza. This is our boy, Indigo.
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So you have 2 doggies?
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Ha Jim and Paula, we will be ready! We always are ready to meet new mutants! Looking forward to next week. We will dispel all your fears about meeting Arkies! We actually do wear shoes!



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Check at the track. They have to plug all the driver's Prevost s in somewhere.
Thanks for the tip! D'ya think we'd fit in there amongst the Prevosts? No stainless steel on our rig! 😉

The drive over was lovely: 20 miles of hilly, rolling highway alternating amongst forests, farmland, and hamlets. Watkins Glen sits at the southern end of one of the Finger Lakes, with a steep, winding climb in and out of town. And a Walmart. 😂
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My sister is into sewing big time still, here's a pic of her sewing room. She makes lots of crafty things with her skills and sells them at fairs and such. Wish I had some of that in me, would be good full-timing but I don't know how I'd fit all the stuff she has into an RV!!! What you don't see is her wall of spools of thread! That stand on one of the machines is probably 1/10 of what she has
What a space! I'm in awe of her organizational skills, never mind the scope of her supplies. Take a look at jfjr's toy hauler and Paula's setup when you get a chance. It's amazing.
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I'm game. My wife will tell you I have more fabric than a normal store. Which might be an exaggeration. Or maybe not...
Stash breeds stash when yer back is turned. Especially rabbit-themed fabrics. 🙄
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Fat quarters are 18" x 22". A full yard is 36" x 44", so a regular 1/4 yard would be 9" x 44". A fat quarter is the 36" x 44" piece cut in four pieces.

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Indigo is an extremely handsome fella!
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Ok... for those who are not on FB... here's the report from the sinus surgeon followup.

It didn't go as I hoped but was not unexpected. 2 injections to the posterior and 21 days of antibiotics - and another appointment with the surgeon on the 17th. Sinus infection and a polyp coming back. Good news remains - the septum is healing - not a perfect fix but good and the pathology was negative. Even in this condition, I'm better than I was. Hopefully the meds do the trick.

I am getting so antsy to move. If he keeps me here any longer I will probably take Bonita to the shop again just to have the drive time. Most fun I've had lately is driving to the shop. Oh the humanity!
I'm so sorry it didn't all go to 100%! Better is better, though, and I'm happy for that. Wish you and Annie were able to be here instead of stuck in place! It won't be the same without you two. Ommms for better news to come.
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Quilt fabric swap: (all others avert your eyes!) So far I have Elizabeth, Deb, Denise, Paula, and myself as interested in swapping and Diane, Colleen, and Barb interested in donating fabrics.

What say we exchange fat quarters? The 5 of us plus one from each donator will give us 8 fabrics to work with. The pieces would not have to be all the same.

I'm so bad, I'd rather not commit to exchanging finished blocks. We can share photos later and enjoy the different ways we've put them together.

As for theme, if we want one: dots & stripes have been suggested, along with sea & sand, water, Civil War. What say you there? Themed fabrics or potluck?

I'm doing like Di: keeping a lust ... er, list.
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I'm so sorry it didn't all go to 100%! Better is better, though, and I'm happy for that. Wish you and Annie were able to be here instead of stuck in place! It won't be the same without you two. Ommms for better news to come.
Hearts, flowers and hugs Sue.
We shall see.

If I get to a place where it can be managed and no infections I'll be more than a happy camper!
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