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Thread: $2.25 at St. Vincent

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    But no picture. For some reason, a few of the photos I've tried to load won't load.

    I spent $2.25 at St. Vincent Friday

    $1 for 3 yards of a tannish poplin. Don't care for the color at all but the poplin makes a good back for floor quilts for kids.

    $.50 for 3 yards of a very bright, almost madras plaid. Will be a summer dress, I think.

    $.50 for 3 yards of flannel that is somewhere between gold and orange. Always good for a back.

    $.25 for a yard of faux batik. It's light weight cotton, with a black backgroud and a stripe woven in. Blues and purples and pinks.

    I passed on a chunk of black and white herringbone tweed wool. Couldn't think of anything to use it for. But it is beautiful. May go back and get it.

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    Great score!

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    WOW! You did really good.

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    Congrats!! on your great buys

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    What nice finds.

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    Always good to get a great buy on fabric! I recently found some at our church rummage sale, along with some flat, all-cotton sheets. I love it!

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    when adding pictures after clicking on the browse button and finding the picture, click on it to down load it...do not check the (store original) box...this stores the picture, but does NOT display the picture...simply 'browse' choose, add a caption if you would like to and click (send) the pictures will show up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl
    when adding pictures after clicking on the browse button and finding the picture, click on it to down load it...do not check the (store original) box...this stores the picture, but does NOT display the picture...simply 'browse' choose, add a caption if you would like to and click (send) the pictures will show up.
    oh, and DO NOT preview!!! Preview strips the attachments.

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl
    when adding pictures after clicking on the browse button and finding the picture, click on it to down load it...do not check the (store original) box...this stores the picture, but does NOT display the picture...simply 'browse' choose, add a caption if you would like to and click (send) the pictures will show up.
    I did all that----------slow computer or whatever simply did not load But thanks anyway

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    Well done a good pick up I like to recycle too.

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