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Thread: C& T publishing

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    Senior Member annt59's Avatar
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    C& T publishing

    Last year I saw a post where there were quilting books fo $3.95. I signed up but there has never been a sale like that since. Anyone know what time of year this happens?
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    May I suggest you check http://www.craftbooktrader.com . They have a gazillion quilting books, other crafts too, and their prices are terrific. Granted they are older books, but I've never gotten a bad one and I've ordered many times.
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    I also signed up for Martingale's regular email. They have quilting specials all the time as well as some other handcraft books.
    Karen in Kentucky

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    Last year the sale was right around Labor Day/ first two weeks of Sept. Keep a look out, I got some great books

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    How do you sign up for C&T and Martingale's discount sales?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyGee View Post
    May I suggest you check http://www.craftbooktrader.com . They have a gazillion quilting books, other crafts too, and their prices are terrific. Granted they are older books, but I've never gotten a bad one and I've ordered many times.
    Thank you BettyGee. This was my first visit to the Craftbook Trader, but it wont be my last. Thank you for your post.

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    Thanks for the links Never knew about these

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