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Anytime, hon.  Kiss

Argh!  12 flights of stairs...are they nuts?!  Do they expect everyone to be perfectly able-bodied?  Because that makes no sense.  Frown

Are you going to have to do that the entire semester?  Hoping not!

Half of that would be a long that's absolutely ridiculous.  Yell  They need an elevator!


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My name is Jeannie and I live in Sunriver, Oregon.  I am interested in learning how to get a peyote pattern from a photo.


I've only worked with the Simply Soft in the last couple of years, when our Joann started carrying it. I do love the feel of working with it. Kiss

I think the RH Soft feels even better, smoother. It's not compacted like the Simply Soft, and has less of a tendency to split and fray. However it's thicker, so the gauge would be different. It also holds the shape of the stitches quite well. Wink

RH With Love is another good one that holds it's shape well. It's not stiff like the Super Saver, and it doesn't have the satiny feel like the Soft. But it holds up well without the splitting and fraying.


That's why I'm not too worried about it.  If I can even find the kind of fiber I have in mind.  What I'm thinking of is this cute curly pink, green and purple kind of stuff.  It would have a great visual impact!

Yahoo groups...this was years and years ago.  Undecided  Guessing many of them don't exist anymore.  But for a while they were the staples for info!
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