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Thread: Anyone in WA need a ready made stash?

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    Senior Member diamondee's Avatar
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    Anyone in WA need a ready made stash?

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    Oh my, wish I was closer. I would guess he will have no trouble getting it sold!
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    My guess is he is badly underestimating the amount of yardage, you could get that much in a couple of dresser drawers

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    I think that's expensive. No way to tell if her taste in fabric would match mine.

    Often there's really old yardage that's so dated it's not appealing...wouldn't want to pay for that!

    I'm saying this because I have received and sorted through many donations of fabric from people who swore it was all quilting fabric. That's fine, there's a use for all of it, just not in my stash.

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    Could be interesting to peek at, but I'd look at the machines too!!
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    Hopefully, someone will take a look at this! I have seen old fabric in someone's stash and then I have seen fabric that had been purchased in the last 3 months as it was still in LQS. Good luck to someone who lives in the area.

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    I'm assuming one of the machines is a Singer featherweight. That alone would be worth the cost.

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    Um,$2000 for a Singer featherweight is a LOT! I think anyway.

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    I sure wish I was closer, I'd be there in a heartbeat.

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    I'd say she had a FW and a 301. Still wouldn't make it that much unless he figures to get new prices out of the kits and books. Course all depends on how many quilt tops and the yardage she had. If she quilted for 20 + yrs it might be an entire room. Who knows. Someone could be very lucky out there.

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