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Thread: Alto's Quilt Cut board on shopgoodwill.com

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    Senior Member TinkerQuilts's Avatar
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    Alto's Quilt Cut board on shopgoodwill.com

    I was checking out quilt and sewing related things on the www.shopgoodwill.com site, and they have an Alto's Quilt Cut up for bid right now.
    Probably where mine will end up someday . . .

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    No one has ever become poor by giving. - Anne Frank
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    I got one at a rummage sale, brand new. It's the original model but I love it. Use it all the time for cutting strips, and it is the bomb!

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    Alto's Quilt Cut board on shopgoodwill.com
    I was checking out quilt and sewing related things on the www.shopgoodwill.com site, and they have an Alto's Quilt Cut up for bid right now.
    Probably where mine will end up someday

    I was not aware of this website. Have you ordered through them before? Is it fairly safe? I may be interested in bidding on this, but just want to be sure it's a safe site. Can anyone tell me what the difference is between this model and Model 2?

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    I have used it a couple times - got 2 Featherweights with great success. No complaints here.

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    I hope you noticed the shipping cost on this. It's $30.85 plus there is another $6.00 handling fee. I love mine and use it all the time. It is heavy, but so worth it.

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