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They don't call me Toolgranny for nothing!

Posted by toolgranny (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 26, 12 at 12:50

I got a spacer strip put in place for new bathroom cabinets this morning. Besides the wood and glue, it took one crochet hook, one sewing machine needle, one quilting ruler and one pincushion. It just dawned on me - I have a full set of tools but I seem to think like a quilter no matter what the project.


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RE: They don't call me Toolgranny for nothing!

LOL! Good for you! It's creative genius that gets MOST projects finished.


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RE: They don't call me Toolgranny for nothing!

LOL!!! when I was in my twenties, and broke as all get out, my car window handle broke off - I used a rug latch hook in it for years!!

I wish I was as handy as you are Linda!! whatever it takes to get the job done.
Rosa


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RE: They don't call me Toolgranny for nothing!

OMG that's so funny! Aren't you glad you are 'sew' creative?

Cheers,
Peggy


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Good for you! My DH always acts annoyed when I fix something myself. I don't mind letting him do things but sometimes I just want it done NOW!

A lot of my sewing/craft tools & supplies came from Lowe's. Much cheaper than a craft store!

Donna


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My kind of woman!!!!
Theresa


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Quilters are much more precise than carpenters! They could take some lessons from you!!


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too funny...! We sewers are so creative!


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Hahaha, I hear ya sista'. Made my day! :)


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Multi talented Lady...way to go, Linda

Gwen


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