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Thread: Do I have a problem

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    Senior Member skowron5's Avatar
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    Do I have a problem

    I went to the Joann's store that is closest to me. 45 miles. I went in and all the clerks knew who I was. Do I have a fabric buying problem?

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    It nice they know you! The people in our stores hardly ever remember their customers.

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    no you dont you just have a friendly ersonality.....

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    It could be a symptom... Can you identify which fabric came in in the last week?? If so you may have a problem. Do the clerks also know how much to cut before you tell them? You may have a problem.. Do they know to have a stock boy ready to assist you to your car because you can't push the heavy overloaded cart... You may have a problem. Doyou look at the books and find it hard to find one you don't already own.... You may have a problem.
    But the biggest question can you still close the door to your sewing room?

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    I do appreciate that. One day I was in there and I bought some Sulky thread the lady at the checkout said you know this is for machine embroidery. I said yes and pulled out what I had brought to match up the color. The lady behind me got mad. I think it was nice that she wanted to make sure I had the right thread and I didn't take very long.

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    That's funny so true about the books. I even have 2 of a couple that I forgot I already had.

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    Problem, no!!!!!

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    I went to my LQS so much that the owner is now one of my best friends

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    No problem that a 12 step program can't solve lol. My name is Teresa, and I'm a fabriholic. They know me at my stores too.
    I used to be "hot", now it's just "hot flashes!"

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    We COULD have another problem that is much more destructive. LOL
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