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Thread: contents of quilt pattern books

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    tooMuchFabric's Avatar
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    No, I don't buy waht I can't see, and same with magazines. If they put a plastic bag over it so that it is sealed, I do not buy it.

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    I also agree about Connecting Threads...they let you see the inside of the book so you know exactly what the patterns look like...has helped me buy some and not buy others...

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    Me too, have stopped buying books and am starting to let a lot of my magazines go too, so many are nothing but ads anymore. This board and the internet are better and free.

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    I would not buy a book without seeing inside first. If I see a book at a LQS that I like I check out e bay and amazon. I bought 2 books that I wanted from 2 different places and it cost me $16.00 total including shipping. At a LQS that would not have covered the price of one.

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