The textile professional in you will be horrified at the wrinkled sheet hanging behind him as a screen. They couldn't whip out an iron? Don't watch it, Betsy, I know you'll cringe.Betsy the Quilter said:I want to know why it looks like the guy is in a padded cell (haven't watched it yet).
*ignoring Jim. *
LOL " They couldn't whip up a Iron" I glad I stuck with the velcro too.Leslie said:The textile professional in you will be horrified at the wrinkled sheet hanging behind him as a screen. They couldn't whip out an iron? Don't watch it, Betsy, I know you'll cringe.
PS...watching this, I am glad I stuck with the velcro and didn't go for the corners.
That is true I love the helping support of these little companies.Khabita said:I gotta say that one of the things I'm really enjoying about my Kindle is that it's helping support all these little companies and individuals right here in the US -- whether it's Oberon (CA), or Waterfield Designs (CA), or strangedog (NC), it's just nice to see that I don't have to buy mass-market junk from Wal-Mart -- unless I choose to, of course!
WalMarters of the World, please don't flame me!
I just love Oberon! I took my Oberon journal and Oberon Kindle cover with me to Europe this past week and both got many compliments. I'm hoping the folks at Oberon get some international orders soon!Atunah said: