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Thread: Link for fabric sales

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    While sitting here dusting the mouse pad with the mouse (instead of dusting the rest of the house) I happened upon this site that lists a lot of sites that have fabric on sale and the codes needed.

    http://www.trueup.net/

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    Wow! Thank you.

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    Thank you.

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    Wow is right! Great site, thanks for sharing. It's a fun read.

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    Oh, I'm in trouble now. Thanks!!

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    and just HOW did your mouse find this lovely site all by itself???..hehehhe

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    Does anything else in the house, but the mouse and mouse pad need to be dusted??? I didn't know. Thanks for the link

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    Thank You

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    I thought everything in the house needed dust to protect the surfaces!!!!!

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