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Thread: Shirts from thrift store......

  1. #91
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    Feb 2013
    Rapid City, SD
    I use Thrift Store clothing to make American Girl Doll clothes.

  2. #92
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    Jan 2008
    SW Minnesota
    This is really a fun post! Totally enjoyed Bonnie Hunter's tips on de-boning a shirt, and yes, I also save buttons and string them up...something my grandma taught me when she needed to keep me busy! And I was looking at a booklet this eve in which the smaller quilts were 'tied' with buttons! I don't dare let DH get hold of his old shirts and toss them...he throws the WHOLE thing if I'm not around...
    When someone mentions quilting, I go to pieces!

  3. #93
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    S C michigan
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    southernmeme, i love you quilt 'stop'. send her my way.

  4. #94
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    Jan 2012
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    I love going to the thrift shop for men's shirts. Our local shop has outdoor bins, 4 or $1. I love it!!! I went a few days ago and brought home 23 shirts... each shirt has nearly 1/4 yd once you get it all apart. If you live near Raleigh, NC though, don't read this!
    Warning! If someone comes to your door telling you they are from the government and they're checking to see how bad the ticks are in your area, and then tell you to take off your clothes and dance around so they can check for ticks.... DON'T DO IT!!! This is a scam! They just want to see you naked! I wish someone had told me this yesterday, I feel so stupid.

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