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Thread: Thanks DD for my Christmas present

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    Thanks DD for my Christmas present

    Last week, someone posted about Hancock's sale. I got a gift card for Christmas that's been burning a hole in my pocket. I got the 50%, the extra 15%, and the free shipping!!!! What can be better than that!?! woo hoo
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    I've been wanting a revolving cutting mat for some time now... this 8" one is just right for working on my Dear Jane blocks. Many of the patterns I've admired lately have used blacks and whites, so I got some of those. All of the fabric cuts are 3 yards, and they did not cut a smidge more than that either And I got 5 refill blades, too.
    Nancy in western NY

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    wow, what a find. I love my rotating mats and your fabs. are beautiful

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    It looks like I would have fun shopping in YOUR stash! Love these fabric choices. Money or gift cards are the perfect gift. The right size, the right color and what you want!! It's a win win gift♥

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    There's a daughter that knows how to shop....Hancocks gift card!!!

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    Nice shopping. How do you like the revolving cutting mat? Is it worth the money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat2quilt View Post
    Nice shopping. How do you like the revolving cutting mat? Is it worth the money?
    i've been using it all morning, now. sometimes it does not turn smoothly, but for the most part, i'm satisfied. i think, with anything new, one just has to learn how to use it... the right amount of pressure for the turn
    Nancy in western NY

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    Terrific gift, great job of buying and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Wow. Lucky you. Now you can quilt up a storm.

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    You are going to love the rotating mat!!! It's a wonderful investment!!
    Marie

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    Is this from Hancocks of Paducah? Or just Hancocks?
    Nikki in MO

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