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Thread: Pam's Club

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    Senior Member Lizzytish's Avatar
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    Does anyone here belong to Pam's Club?
    if so how do you like it.
    By Pam Bono

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    Super Member mom-6's Avatar
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    I've never heard of it.
    Is it anything like Sam's Club?

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    Super Member LoriEl's Avatar
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    I never heard of it either so I looked it up-

    http://www.pamsclub.com/

    I'm going to check it out.

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    Super Member snipforfun's Avatar
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    Uhhhh, no thanks. I would rather spend the $40 elsewhere and i dont want to be tied into one designer. I have so many projects lined up! Appears that her patterns are all downloads

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    Super Member Quiltbeagle's Avatar
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    No. $40 is too much to join a pattern club IMO, especially when so many patterns and Utube videos are available free on the internet. Also, if I read it right, even if you're already a member you have to pay more money to get the videos and patterns from the instructors. Nope, can't afford that.

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    Super Member raedar63's Avatar
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    I like it very much, I love her patterns and so many of them are free. All the patterns that you have to buy are at a 60 percent discount. She adds new free patterns all the time as well.

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    I am not, but I do use her site and get her emails. I have also printed off the free patterns. I have a ton of books, but would definitely like to own one of hers someday. Right now I can't justify paying for a membership. I purchased 2 of her Angler 2 guides, and am not that impressed as of yet. I have used it very little, and keep ending up taking it off my machine. One still in package for the Babylock Jane, and one sits beside my Ellegante. Waiting for use. May collect dust.

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    Super Member AlwaysQuilting's Avatar
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    I can't spend $40 just to join. But I'd love to see how she makes Bear's Paw blocks without triangles (one of her preview videos on the Home page). Darn.

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    Super Member Yarn or Fabric's Avatar
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    I'm not too keen on buying discount cards... but a membership so you can get a discount. I do get her newsletter but this Pam's Club thing has not been sitting well with me. I like her patterns but don't buy enough of them to make it worthwhile. You'd have to buy several patterns to break even. I don't think it's worth it unless you are planning on buying a ton of patterns. Do the math first before you consider it.

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    Not a member either! There are so many free patterns out on the internet, I don't need to become a member there.

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