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Thread: We need more Quilting Supplies

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    We need more Quilting Supplies

    I was at the automotive store today "Napa" repair shop today to see what was wrong with my car

    When I was inside the store, wow, tons of automotive supplies for the guys (us Quilters are being shorted out on supplies) ha ha

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    Yep, we need Quilter's Gadget Shops :D:D:D

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    Crafty Bear,

    I have to agree with you, I just don't have enough in my house........My dream is to have a Long-arm machine. My DH just rolls his eyes. And silently I think, ok just you wait buster. He owns a 4000.00 Craftsman riding lawn mower (which I am the one that mows the "north 40" with), 2 snowmobiles (newest one was about $6000.00) a 4-wheeler - $2000.00. I almost could of paid for a long arm with the toys he has. Course his last purchase was a 2010 chevy pickup. Me, I am going to continue driving my 2005 blazer, and hope to purchase my LA after we move by Thanksgiving.
    I'll have to make payments.....and as long as my blazer gets me to the nearest LQS, I'll be in heaven.

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    I'm with you. Sounds like a winner.

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    I understand,

    I would hate to know the value of hubby's tools in his garage and his tool boxes for work.

    Tell you hubby for Christmas you want 1 thing (longarm)

    Good Luck!

    Quote Originally Posted by Robinlee
    Crafty Bear,

    I have to agree with you, I just don't have enough in my house........My dream is to have a Long-arm machine. My DH just rolls his eyes. And silently I think, ok just you wait buster. He owns a 4000.00 Craftsman riding lawn mower (which I am the one that mows the "north 40" with), 2 snowmobiles (newest one was about $6000.00) a 4-wheeler - $2000.00. I almost could of paid for a long arm with the toys he has. Course his last purchase was a 2010 chevy pickup. Me, I am going to continue driving my 2005 blazer, and hope to purchase my LA after we move by Thanksgiving.
    I'll have to make payments.....and as long as my blazer gets me to the nearest LQS, I'll be in heaven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robinlee
    Crafty Bear,

    I have to agree with you, I just don't have enough in my house........My dream is to have a Long-arm machine. My DH just rolls his eyes. And silently I think, ok just you wait buster. He owns a 4000.00 Craftsman riding lawn mower (which I am the one that mows the "north 40" with), 2 snowmobiles (newest one was about $6000.00) a 4-wheeler - $2000.00. I almost could of paid for a long arm with the toys he has. Course his last purchase was a 2010 chevy pickup. Me, I am going to continue driving my 2005 blazer, and hope to purchase my LA after we move by Thanksgiving.
    I'll have to make payments.....and as long as my blazer gets me to the nearest LQS, I'll be in heaven.
    Almost??! Honey, Just the lawnmower and one snowmobile added together could easily buy you an Innova long arm!

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    Tell me about it!! I have a mechanic for a hubby and now we own a parts store!!!!

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    Ouilt Supply Store would most likely be more expensive that Parts Store price. Seems like if a woman needs something it will cost more than for a man. Ex. rotary blades

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