grannys gone and done it

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  1. Yorkshire Coop

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    Yes I think it would be like sauerkraut.
     
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    Meah maybe material can also include non fabrics? Lol I don't know.

    Hubs just got back from his road call and is taking his car somewhere. I have the feeling I'm going to get a call to come with the dually lol. It's not sounding too great :/

    I don't have a fabric picked out - maybe next payday I'll go by Joann's and find some fabrics. Or there's another place that sells fabric that we drove by a couple weeks ago I may have to check out...I've never actually sewn off patterns so it's going to be a learning curve. But I'm looking forward to it! Adventures!

    And yes. When I get it done I'll post pics :) I'm also looking forward to doing the baby blankets. ;) got a couple toddlers in my life that would hopefully love em for nap times!
     
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    They are one and the same. When you buy a pattern for a garment there is a list of 'materials' in the instructions. Fabric is one of the 'materials' you will need to construct the garment.

    Now you know how fabric got changed to material. [​IMG]

    Edited to let you know Megan is busy stealing a picture off of Mike's FB page.
     
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  5. granny hatchet

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    you guys are wrong !!!! Material, what is the inside of my chair made from ? It is a foam- like material. Material can be any thing. small pieces that make a larger whole. including fabric.

    Twisted is of course right about the small lizard. [​IMG] My mother did say I reminded her of the little granny hatchets that would climb up her windows when she lived in KY. [​IMG]
     
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    hahaaa so cute york !!
     
  7. Yorkshire Coop

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    Oh boy I was off kealty with the horror book then :oops:

    A nice little lizard is much better, we don't get lizards over here sort form pets and in a zoo.

    That's it for me tonight, nearly 10 here and I'm off riding first things in morning so need to be raring to go.

    Good night all :frow
     
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    You see that is meant to say "apart from" this thing really does have a mind of its own today!!
     
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    [​IMG] sleep well york, I seen where you liked my picture but i didnt know you could do that got me scratching my head. LOL
     
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