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Thread: So what did you get at JoAnn's sale??

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    Super Member Naturalmama's Avatar
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    I spent way too much..... but I did get fantastic deals though! I did go ahead and get the huge cutting mat since they were on sale and I had the 20% off coupon, and I did get a good supply of flannel for stuffing and backing. Some Gutterman's thread And misc. Oh, and a pack of blades for my rotary cutter - I'm surprised at how dull mine already is from when I first opened it! (Hey, can these be sharpened??)

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    start up set for my daughter, mat, ruler, rotary - she's hooked :)

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    wish I had the money for shopping at Joanns right now as I need an angle ruler :( and a cutting mat. I have an extremely tiny one that got warped somehow :( Oh well...things will get better make do or do with out is what Great Grandma said :D

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    I bought warm and natural batt and gutterman thread at 50% off. Also a plastic continer for my Aunt who wanted one, and a few other odds and ends. All in all it was a great deal. When i reached the register to check out they said they are taking 20% of my total order. How great is that. And the service was good, they had a lot of people cutting and at the registers. Marge

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    Yes the blades can be sharpened just like a knife or you can buy a sharping tool. you can find the sharping tool by the blades.

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    Would like to get the large cutting mat, since my daughter put my OLFA in the sun last summer. Will have to check to see if I can afford it. But, with an extra 20% off, with coupon, I might--HA

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    Lots and lots of flannel!!
    and a new ruler, and pair of scissors...had a great time with a few girlfriends too!!

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    i am proud to report that i got absolutely nothing. quite an accomplishment for a weakling like me. :mrgreen:

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    I worked today so I did no shopping. That works for me. I have enough fabric and such to last me all winter.

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    I got soooo much, probably spent too much too! But I am begining and I think I saved 70 dollars!! I got the fabric for my sons blocks to start his quilt, I got a large cutting mat a clear ruler, pin cushion, glass head pins, a all in one thing that has a seem ripper and tons of other junk. A rotary cutter an exrtra blade, soluble pencil, thread I think it is guttermans or whatever ( I take it this is the good stuff) It was like 5.99 before the sale for a thing of that, bobbins... I couldnt beleive how much I saved! I am glad I decided to start this week!

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