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Thread: Sale this weekend at Joann's

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    Junior Member Quilting G's Avatar
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    Fat quarters for .99
    It is a 3 day sale - Fri 2/27 to Sunday 3/1/08

    Olaf 50% off..
    Warm and natural by the yard 5.99


    Guess where I will be on Friday morning..


    G

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    Drats!!!! No Joanns near me!

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    I will be there also.
    I need some Olfa blades.
    See what else I can come
    up with .

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    I really want a Joann's here. Oh well, let us know what kind of goodies you get.

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    Will have to take a field trip to the city to see what goodies I might need.

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    OMG SO cheap! You guys are SO lucky. Fabric is so expensive here in the UK.

    Am singing to the famous tune.......I wanna live in America, I wanna live in America, Fabric so cheap in America LA LA LA LA LA LA America!!

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    I find that many quilters are turning to find deals on fabric whereever they can, like JoAnn's or even Walmart.

    The fabric shops, a lot of the material is upwards of $9 to $10 a yard now. I can remember back when my grandmother was teaching my sister and I to sew, the material was $.57 a yard. We thought it was outrageous when it hit $1.00 a yard.

    What do you pay in the UK?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainquilter
    I find that many quilters are turning to find deals on fabric whereever they can, like JoAnn's or even Walmart.

    The fabric shops, a lot of the material is upwards of $9 to $10 a yard now. I can remember back when my grandmother was teaching my sister and I to sew, the material was $.57 a yard. We thought it was outrageous when it hit $1.00 a yard.

    What do you pay in the UK?
    Its minumum 8 ($12) a METRE in my LQS. And that is for plain, no pattern, no brand, non designer cotton fabric.

    1 metre is 1.09 yards

    :evil:

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    Wow, I guess that does make it expensive for a hobby.

    You must save all your scraps too?

    I have gone out into my own designs and am trying to do some art quilts from my photographs.

    What kind of quilts do you like to make, traditional? art?

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    I will be there! I didn't get any flyer!

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