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Thread: Handcock Fabric

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    Jerrie's Avatar
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    I just come back from handcock Fabric. I got a BARGIN they put some of they 5.99-3.99 100% cotton (for quilting) on their 1.95 clearence table and you know what i did....lol yea I RACKED UP. The salesperson came to me (she knows my quilting status) told me about it when i was at the cutting table. I told her too late i been over there and of course she laughed wish i had more money.

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    Jerrie, what fun!!! Nothing better than getting a good bargain. Love a good stash don't you.
    Linda

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    hmmmm, i'll be near ours tomorrow! thanks for the heads up! i got some real deals there last week and some coupons to use for this visit!

    yay!

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    I cought some of thier New Years Day sales. Lots of fabric and quilting and sewing notions 50% off. Got one of the rotating cutting mats and some material. Got a few good bargins that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
    Got one of the rotating cutting mats and some material. Got a few good bargins that day.
    I have seen those mats and wondered of they were sturdy enough. How do you like it so far? It's a great idea.

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    i just bought it the other day and have used it once so far. I seem to like it. I like the fact that i can turn the material and don't have to move my body around the table. it costs around $32.00 and i got it half price that made me like it even more. as for it being sturdy i think it is. it is made by olfa. but then again i have only been quilting for around a year now. so you may want to see what others opions are also. i have seen people use them on simply quilts and that is when i decided i wanted to get one.

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