long-armer
 n.— «In those early days of the project she has dubbed the Quilts of Valor, Roberts was specifically looking for “long-armers,” slang for quilters who use machines to attach the designed tops and bottoms of quilts to backing and batting—the stuffing that makes a quilt more than just a fancy blanket.» —“Patchwork hugs for wounded troops” by Mike Billington News Journal (Del.) Apr. 11, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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