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In the past a few forum members have posted comments about how they have looked for one thing and then happily found another thing that they weren't even looking for. That happened to me today because I found what will most certainly be the largest block for my "Kresge Kid's Quilt" while I was looking for something else but I have to fix it first.
This item was a "thank you gift" made by the inmates at North Central Correctional Institution for the quilt making lessons I gave them. These dozen men were the quietest, most attentive students I ever had in my teaching career; I suspect that the guard standing in the corner of the room was bored silly.
Anyhow later in the year there was a "Teacher Appreciation Day" and even though I did not enjoy the experience of going back to the prison with nothing to teach (those clanging prison doors gave me the creeps) I went and was very touched by the gift. I discovered today that when they framed the gift they used double-sticky tape and Elmer's Glue to hold the fabric in place. It was obvious that they couldn't use glass (a big no-no in prison) but the Elmer's Glue on particle board was a surprise.
Now in order to include it in my quilt I am going to have to get the glued-down bits of particle board off the back of the Aida cloth.
Patience, Judy, patience ..... spritz with water, wait a bit and use tweezers.
Now I will have something to mark my twelve year "career" with Project Linus on the quilt.
Yup patience, but you will get there.
I remember when you were teaching in the prison! It will take patience to remove that, but will be so worth it!
i wonder if you could soak it in anything stronger than water?
well we all got sick for Christmas and so far I don't feel like sewing. I did work on one of the Christmas puzzles. I'm not necessarily convinced it's covid, but both DH & DD tested positive - so it probably is. I'm just feeling like a cold - gosh I hate swallowing snot for days. ah well, at least we have lots of movies and audio books. DH is feeling better after 5 days, so that means I've got at least 2 more to go. I feel incredibly fortunate this didn't happen at thanksgiving when we had a big house full including my 80+ year old cousin, tho it has messed up some social plans and DD's work plans. Still we all have the freedom to stay home and get well.
Oh no…..I sure hope you get better soon! They are saying that this latest strain isn’t making people as sick, but is much more contagious! I hear the last 2 days our n7mbers hav3 greatly increased!
which makes sense as so very many traveled, got together, and spread it. We saw daughter and her guy, but it was just us.
evan was sick with something before Christmas - tested negative. But it sure took a bite out of a week of his schooling and he was changing jobs at the time also..
Thanks for posting her tiger. I sure hope she is right. We could use good news all over the world.
That will be a great addition to your quilt. How big is that piece?
Sorry you were all ill for Christmas. Did your son get it too? I know only a couple of people who have had Covid. I guess I run in the right crowd(I'd call it a small group rather than a crowd.) Hope you get well soon.
Awww... that is really neat. I hope your patience is successful and you can get all that stuff off.. I am so looking forward to seeing this quilt.
My goodness, you have busy! I have ordered from Marshall Dry Goods before and was very pleased with their fabric. Was it bigger than Hancocks of Paducah? I went to MSCQ about 6 years ago so I'm sure it has changed quite a bit. It's amazing how she changed that town.