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Thread: Quilt binding

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    Power Poster Sadiemae's Avatar
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    I don't have the money to pay, but if I did I would do it in a heart beat!

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    Super Member butterflywing's Avatar
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    currently central new jersey
    i'm interested in knowing what that kind of money includes. it must include the fabric for the binding (or store-bought binding), the sewing the binding onto the front and the hand stitching onto the back. otherwise, who would pay that much money for it?
    added to the price of the longarmer, this service brings the cost into the stratosphere, IMO.

    see if you can find out what you get for the 15 cents an inch and report to us, the quilt inquisitors.

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