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I rescued hundreds of these cards from a dumpster, while on a job in the early 1980s. I always loved the look of them, and thought they deserved bette
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Thank you! I just got notice that my fabric is being shipped already. That was quick! I can't wait to see it. I also designed a circular needle holder (which I desperately need) using the computer card as a background.
Posted over 4 years ago.
I'm glad somebody did this. It was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw the theme. Good job!
You have made your clever idea into a fantastic fabric design!
I have got to figure out something that needs this fabric. My inner geek wants some. But my outer banker says "you can't have any until you have the project that needs it.
A very fun concept.
I've got a huge stack of unpunched IBM cards in my office - one of my IT "relics." I can remember keypunching hundreds of cards with PL/I commands and COBOL, shuffling them into modules and loading them into the cardreaders. There was nothing quite like the scream of a tired would-be programmer who dropped their stack before they put it into the hopper.
My grandma used to bring these home from work for us to play office with. I always tried to figure out what the punched out numbers meant. Thanks for the great memories!
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