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1  QUILTING / Quilting: Discussion and Questions / HELP! my quilt has holes in it! on: July 04, 2012 05:27:46 PM
the quilt on our bed was given to us by my husbands grandmother. It is a comfy quilt and not to hot to use in the summer in SC.
but it has huge holes in it where the original stitching has come out. Is there any way that I can fix it but not do it by hand?
This quilt is for a king size bed and the holes are in the center mostly. I have a sewing machine from when i was a child but I don't
really want it to be so you can see that it was fixed on the other side.

Any suggestions or will I have to do it by hand?
2  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions / making a model helicarrier on: July 04, 2012 05:15:45 PM
My husband and I want to make our son a toy helicarrier for his toys from Super Hero Squad. The one that they sell in stored is $75 and very small. we are hoping to make a bigger one that all of his little toys can go on an and maybe in.

Any help would be awesome.

 below is what we want to make for him well a link to my photo gallery and its the only picture in there....



My husband said to put how big we want it which makes sense. He wants it to be 25" by 13" or so. He has a construction background. so the building materials can be almost anything we are just wondering what ideas others have. Smiley
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