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Thread: What next???????

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    Senior Member MoMoSews's Avatar
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    http://store.junetailor.com/store/p-...ispenser.aspx.

    I saw this at Hancocks today! I mean really? It was $30. Pin Dispenser.

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    Yikes!! lol

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    I saw it at Hancock Fabrics. Just my opinion, but I wasn't impressed. It seems to be very cheaply made, and I don't think it would last long. It would be another thing that sat in the corner and would never be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoMoSews
    http://store.junetailor.com/store/p-...ispenser.aspx.

    I saw this at Hancocks today! I mean really? It was $30. Pin Dispenser.
    On the site it is priced at $45, and that is a sale price from the regular price of $59.99 :shock: :shock: :shock:
    Did you watch the video...this thing is huge!

    http://store.junetailor.com/store/p-...dispenser.aspx

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    I will be honest..how hard is it to pull a pin out of a box? I would never use it!!!

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    oh, my word! for the quilter who has everything :)

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    I can already see it on clearance in a few months...

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    The sales lady was talking that up to me last time I was in. Besides taking up a lot of space for a "pincushion" it also takes special pins (sold separately). No thanks.

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    ROFL!! Laughing hysterically!!

    Remember my thread about my engineer husband not listening to my directions to make me a large ironing board.

    I could only imagine him coming up with something like this if I told him I needed a "pin cushion".

    I think this gadget wins the Rube Goldberg Award of the Quilting world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun
    The sales lady was talking that up to me last time I was in. Besides taking up a lot of space for a "pincushion" it also takes special pins (sold separately). No thanks.
    It is a challenge for Hancock Fabric stores to see who could sell the most.

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