Pattern weights

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Mom held her patterns down with the green-glass salt shaker and other
things found in the kitchen.  I used to use books.  Today, I went into
the garage and brought back a six-volt, four amp-hour battery with a
sticker on the side that says "brick".

I've never used bricked batteries from the uninterruptible power
supplies as pattern weights, but they are great for flattening things.

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joy beeson at comcast dot net
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Re: Pattern weights

:Mom held her patterns down with the green-glass salt shaker and other
:things found in the kitchen.  I used to use books.  Today, I went into
:the garage and brought back a six-volt, four amp-hour battery with a
:sticker on the side that says "brick".

:I've never used bricked batteries from the uninterruptible power
:supplies as pattern weights, but they are great for flattening things.

I have some lead donuts that work very well.  I suspect a UPS battery
owrks great.  


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Re: Pattern weights

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I use a set of Brass imperial kitchen weights as they are obsolete for  
actual weighing.

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Claire in Montreal FRANCE
http://claireowenperso.free.fr

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