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Thread: fabraic store closing

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    Junior Member ogama's Avatar
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    fabraic store closing

    Our largest fabric store is closing. sale starts jan. 3rd. it it Hi fashion in grand junction colorado.

    so sad to see this happen. the sale should be great. they had every thing you could want and more.

    blessings ogama

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    Super Member Becky Crafts's Avatar
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    We lost a wonderful quilt shop near us just before Christmas too. It is sad to see them go! Stock up at their sale! I hope you have another one fairly close by! As I recall, Grand Junction isn't a huge town. Best of luck!
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    Hope it's not a epidemic. So sad.

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    OMG - I wish I lived in Colorado - but driving from FL is just a little too far with gas prices - do they have an online store?

    http://hifashionfabrics.com/fashiongoods.html

    That is a big store - but doesn't look like you can buy from them online

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    So sad to hear of another LQS closing. I really try to support my LQS by taking classes and buying from them all the time. My birthday and Christmas money usually goes to them. I would be broken hearted if they closed. Enjoy the sales.

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    i live in a small town too. she seems to get
    a lot of people from the surronding area.
    it sure would be sad if she closed. i buy 75 percent
    of my fabric from her to try and keep her
    in business.

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    A LQS closing is a sad way to start the New Year. Be sure to stop in Quilting Hands if you are ever in Lyons,- -that may help ease the pain a little.
    Wrinkles are just antique smiles!

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    Our local QS closed in Nov. It has been so sad. Our gathering place is gone and some of us never see one another now. I miss everyone so much and the friendships that we shared. Our shop had been in business 40 years. A few of the ladies got together and found a place where we can get together the 2nd Sat of every month and sew all day and have a pitch in. I am so looking forward to it. Its so easy to take our LQS for granted and think they will always be there. I feel your pain.

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