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Thread: Quilt Shop in a semi:

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    Is this it?
    http://swiftcurrent-sk.canadianliste...ck_825490.html

    Interesting idea.

    So he advertises on kijiji where he'll be....maybe you can flag him down on the side of the highway. Too funny.
    http://regina.kijiji.ca/c-buy-and-se...AdIdZ237768783

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    What a great idea!!! I bet the price of gas sure eats up profits right now though :thumbup:

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    It's almost like the book-mobiles back in the 70's that went out into neighborhoods to allow everybody access to libraries.

    I wouldn't hesitate to buy fabric from this type of business, if there was something I liked and the price was reasonable.

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    How cool, did you go inside, did they have reasonable prices?

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    I need one just to store my stash in.

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    Never seen this or even heard of this before, but I think it's an interesting concept.

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    Cool idea. Someone here in the States needs to do that, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindy
    Cool idea. Someone here in the States needs to do that, too.
    :thumbup:

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    What a great idea! I would definitely check it out and buy fabric from there :D:D:D

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    I know this lady and she is from where I live. We don't have a fabric shop locally and we(quilters) are interested in buying from her but we never know when she is in town. Did you read the directions to her farm? That is all on gravel roads that get blocked with snow and we aren 't travelling through that in the winter.

    She has spent a fortune on this unit but now she is realizing the cost of running it. Too bad as it is a great concept. She may do better down the road as this is her first year.

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