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Thread: Help Me from shopping!!!

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    I have bought a TON of fabric when 3 of the local JoAnns closed and moved into larger stores.....75% off at first, then 80 and durning the last few days, it was all 90% off but they did not cut anything, you just bought was was left. I bought what I really liked first, then chose fabric that was OK and even bought a few yards of ''what was I thinking!!" fabric......I am still using it and feel like I have struck gold every time. $9.99 a yard fabric, marked down to 99 cents!!!! I would have been a fool to have passed it by and I am so grateful I did not!!!! If you can afford it, then go buy buy buy!!

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    When Hancocks left our town I went everyday and bought whatever was marked down. I got Guttermann thread 10 spools for a $1!!!!! I bought about every spool they had. The other shoppers there during the morning were mostly knitter and crafters. No one cared about sewing thread. I bought fabric for 85% off if I bought what was left on the bolt. I went for the fusible interfacing, all Pellon on the bolt products, silver heat resistant fabric, all the basic stuff. I'm still using what I bought and I know I'm saving major dollars by buying what I did. You can't go wrong stocking up when it's dirt cheap.
    Got fabric?

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    You wouldn't see me for dust! This is my kind of sale & I'm not THAT far from Woodstock, but sadly I'm working too much now until the 27th. I guess that's good for my wallet!
    Maureen

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    Another way to look at it, 75% off, that is 1/2 of 1/2. Prices really look good!!!

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    75 % I would be there where will you get another chance anytime soon. So enjoy. Not much help to not buy but when you get the chance you must take it and then go on the fabric diet the store will be closed soon. Sue

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    75%????? and you want us to stop you....heck nooooo go for it and pet and feel and BUY whatever you like and get us some....lol
    Faten
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    Sorry, but I can't help you stay out of the store. If I was closer, I would drive you.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Good luck with that! It has been my experience, that I am more sorry later for not buying when I could and didn't.

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    I'm an enabler. I would be right there with you buying more fabric than I would ever get sewn.
    Joyce

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    No help here. I say buy it while it's on sale. 75% is a pretty good discount.

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