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Thread: Stop Buying Fabric Promise

  1. #11
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    Oct 2010
    buy now buy now -
    They keep saying the prices are going to go up.

  2. #12
    Super Member Gladys's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    North Carolina
    I love to buy fabric and can't resist it (if at a good price)even if I don't know how to quilt (as in a full complete quilt yet).I love to look,feel,fold and refold it no matter what. I think it satisfies so many sensory modalities I can't live without fabic stimulation!

    Sometimes I sleep on it but still want it the next day. So good luck! I think that buying another suitcase when you come to the states is one good answer. It probably needs to be a big one. LOL Good luck.

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    Super Member Sienna's GiGi's Avatar
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    Dec 2010
    Akron, Ohio - Atlanta, GA - Mannheim Germany
    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    Quote Originally Posted by grann of 6
    Quote Originally Posted by Sienna's GiGi
    Was good for three whole days AND some change. I saw some Bliss jelly rolls and they were the last two and the price was sweeeet! So I feel guilty BUT I feel better that I own those jelly rolls. This may seem conflicting BUT its not. These people also have the nerve to have a decent amount of Bliss yardage and stuff so I clicked off the website to sleep it off. BUT I promise you if the prints are there tomorrow....I'm going to buy some/all. BUT tomorrow after I check the website I will stop buying fabric until I go to the states on vacation in June. I promise. Quilt honor w/ pinky swear.
    I tried not buying fabric too, called it a fabric diet, and I failed miserably. Look at it this way, if you stop buying fabric, you may put a quilt shop out of business, and some poor delivery man may lose his job because he doesn't have enough packages to deliver. Here in the states it is our civic duty to help the economy in any way we can, and if that means buying fabric and sewing notions, then we are helping our country and fellow man. :roll: :wink: :lol: :roll:
    Oh yeah, that's a good one............. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
    I like it too.

  4. #14
    Super Member oldswimmer's Avatar
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    Oct 2009
    Oh...I am right there with you. I just went to Phoenix and bought MORE Bliss fabric. I am thinking of making matching quilts for 2 twin beds that I have! I just love it...and bought the cheater fabric for the backing, so they should be really cute on the back side too!

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