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« on: November 22, 2010 11:05:47 AM »

I just want to remind everyone that with so much stuff on all the boards, if you want a response to your question or discussion, please make the title more descriptive!

Totally unacceptable and will be deleted:

HELP!

QUESTION? etc.

Instead of "I have a question..."

say "I have a question about how to use woolen felt for a cape"...

You get the gist!  

Set a good example for new members...Cheesy

Thanks all--and hope that everyone is helping each other out!

Just ask yourself if you would answer your own question or even open it up...

I will be taking out my sewing needle to poke you a few times when I see a bad title! Cheesy
« Last Edit: November 23, 2010 06:03:43 AM by alwaysinmyroom » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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