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Thread: Leader zippers--CHEAP PRICE!!!!

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    Leader zippers--CHEAP PRICE!!!!

    I just received my leader zippers from Stan's Sewing Supplies in Mission, Ks.
    WOW! The zippers are 108" separating zippers for only $12.50 each!!!! I got the plastic ones and they are really great wide, heavy duty zippers. I can't wait to get them on leaders and get busy but since dh doesn't like to heat the upstairs in this weather it will probably be spring before I can do it.
    If no one ever experimented we'd all still be making 4 patches.

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    get a small electric heater and claim part of your benefits ... you don't have to heat the entire upstairs to heat your quilting room...

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    hmmmm...tell him you're considering moving the longarm downstairs into the family room/his workroom/master bedroom... anywhere he won't want it. LOL

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    Thanks for the tip! I'll look into them! BTW - My longarm is out in my "shop" (used to be storage). I have a heater out there --- we get COLD weather here (13 this morning). The only problem I have with it is the high elect. bill and slogging thru snow and slush to get to the shop!!! I keep telling DH I need a fridge and a port-a-potty out there!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma View Post
    Thanks for the tip! I'll look into them! BTW - My longarm is out in my "shop" (used to be storage). I have a heater out there --- we get COLD weather here (13 this morning). The only problem I have with it is the high elect. bill and slogging thru snow and slush to get to the shop!!! I keep telling DH I need a fridge and a port-a-potty out there!!!!
    my longarm is in the barn, with heater, fridge, micro, camping potty, and carpet with extra carpet squares for padding in front of machine, and a rocking chair for resting...

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