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Thread: Check Prices

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    i agree should always check new prices before buying anyplace on line not just biding

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    Quote Originally Posted by diannemc
    I am new to quilting and didn't realize quilt patterns cost so much????
    Some of the BOM are that and more... :roll: :D:D:D

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    That much for a quilt pattern?
    I find that original patterns for a Dianne Von Furstenburg 1970s wrap dress sells for over $129 dollars last time I looked. Found a used one in a bunch of patterns in a yard sale and never really looked at it till last month while decluttering, just bought it for a nice cape pattern that was in it.

    Now what to do? Have to think on this. Might as well make myself one, always wanted one but never could justify the cost in the 70s. Not quilting, but maybe worthwhile. I need to be good to me some of the time.

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    What quilt pattern was it that cost so much. Others here might find them in flea markets/yard sales and be glad to sell them for much lesser $$$$$
    I've passed over quilt patterns in the past, simply because I knew they were well beyond my ability to make them.

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    Those who use etsy check their prices also. I bought some polymer clay beads on there that I could have bought at another place for 1/2 price. I never thought anyone would do that. I never would but it takes all kinds.

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    the pattern is a set of twelve called birds in full view

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    Usually a pattern like this comes in sets like a block of the month. You can get each separate pattern for a few dollars or buy the whole set.

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    WOW! Must have been a nice pattern!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarrieAnne
    WOW! Must have been a nice pattern!
    I hope it was a very nice pattern!

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    If the seller on ebay has a store too check that before bidding. I found the same blocks in the store for less than the bidding price.

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