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Thread: Save the Fabric- Walmart Petition

  1. #41
    Banned
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    Jun 2007
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    TexaS
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    :? Well I signed the P also and 1 of our closest wm went out as soon as they got the sc. and the only other one is now building so they will be OUT as soon as it gets done and I mean OUT because there OUT OF MY BUSINESS cause I go where the Fabric IS AT!!! OH but since wm is going OUT there's soooo many little quilt shops sprouting up and those catalogs that used to have only books and notions they now have Fabrics, So If wm doesn't want the Business cause of there stupitity everyone else will pick it up and sell Fabrics, for now I to keep buying the fabric at wm Long as they have it I will, and I have a lot collected, but always room for more!!Soooo Much Fun!!!!

  2. #42
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    Aug 2007
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    TEXAS,Everything is BIGGERinTexas!!!!!!!!
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    Yes lets ALL SAVE THE FABRIC< It's good for you and adds to the STASH!!!!

  3. #43
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    Mar 2007
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    Good Ole' West Virginia
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    I agree! Wal-mart is the cheapest place to buy fabric. I don't know what I'll do if they ever get rid of it around me. I can get material from my wholesalers but it isn't like the fabric at Wal-Mart and definitely not for that price. So...I plan to buy a little here..buy a little there...extra of course.lol

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