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Thread: JoAnn.com has a coupon today

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    Junior Member awf60's Avatar
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    I just noticed JoAnn's has a 50% coupon on the website today.

    http://www.joann.com/joann/home/home.jsp

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    Power Poster amma's Avatar
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    Thank you for sharing with us :D:D:D

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    Got it...thanks for sharing! I love the ladies on this board.

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    Thanks so much for the info! :)

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    Thank you so much...I needed that! :-D

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    Has anyone ever tried their card cutting machines to cut material, so you dont have to pay so much for the Accu-Cut or the Go. - J. :-)

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    I can't open it...

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    I can't either.

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    Thanks. I just ordered another roll of Warm and Natural batting. Sure helps to get it 1/2 off. I will be delivered sometime later this week!!

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    Love mine. (Sizzix) It works best if you stabalize your fabric first. This can also be done with fuse web if that is the way you're going with your applique. I recommend only 2 layers of fabric at a time though. I know it says it can do more, but I have found that certain fabrics don't cut as well and you end up having to "snip" with your scissors or craft knife. Good Luck.

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