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Thread: Me oh my,and only 2 yards

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    Super Member raedar63's Avatar
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    Just checked on this for kicks, the last bidder who bid 96.00 is a totally NEW bidder!! Wait till the previous bidder finds out lol. I have some old brown 70's mushroom fabric maybe I need to list it!

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    All I can say is some people need to get a grip! I don't care what sentimental memories a fabric has, I would never pay 48.00 a yard! That's just crazy.

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    They must be French Truffles. Those mushrooms go for over $100.00 a lb at Wegmans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    there are 12 bids!!!! who would fight for that fabric it is not vintage
    the bids are almost double that now LMBO and no, none of them are mine :D:D:D

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    Maybe the people bidding on it want to enter it in our ugliest fabric challenge here :lol:

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    my guess is this will top out close to $200.00
    and... Member Id: y***b ( private ) will win it :)

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    There are 23 bids and it is at $96.... whoa!

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    AS my mother use to say, "are they smoking wacky grass?" They would have to be, that is insane. :-0

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    That would have made our 'ugly fabric contest'. I agree, someone's got a problem with losing...

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    LOL...
    Quote Originally Posted by Central Ohio Quilter
    Just noticed - in the middle of the URL is has "fabric&hash"

    Maybe that is the secret ingredient of the fabric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thequiltmama
    AS my mother use to say, "are they smoking wacky grass?" They would have to be, that is insane. :-0
    ROFLMBO

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    OM!!! made me go look! and you're right, still has 5hrs to go currently at 96.00 for 2yd!!! seller is going to laugh all the way to the bank I am sure!! Now I will have to check back to see final bid! unbelievable, no matter what the fabric is!

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    That's out of my range in price.

    What is wrong with people to pay this kind of money I would go without it.
    I would take that kind of money and buy some different kinds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    my guess is this will top out close to $200.00
    and... Member Id: y***b ( private ) will win it :)
    well I picked the right winner of the fabric...but she saved money.

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    Well, it topped out at 108 dollars with 26 bids,,,oh sometimes I miss the money I used to make on Ebay!! LOL

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    Don't you think the seller should waive the shipping fee of 2.46 since since she is makiing a 500% profit?

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    Goodness gracious!!! Those people must have money to burn! I can't understand that kind of thinking. :thumbdown:

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    OMG!!!! WWHHYY!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug
    Who on earth would pay that price for that fabric...its rather ugly...I know, I know....we all have different tastes...LOL...
    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Vtg-Style-2-yds-...item1c19042989

    Sure wish I had some of this to sell, 2 yards!
    I agree on both accounts!!!!!!!!!!

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    Some fabric is pretty desirable, I guess. In the 60's I bought 2-1/2 yards of Frank Lloyd Wright design linen fabric for $5.00. Every couple of years I'd drag it out wondering what to do with it. Because of the design it wasn't something I could cut up and I couldn't decide, so in the closet it went. After 25 years(!) I read where a collector was looking for the Wright stuff. I decided mine was right, so I contacted them and sold it for $1,000. It had a little fold mark on it, or they would have paid $1,200. I thought the $1,000 was fine, and it entered a collection of furniture, houses, etc. I shudder to think how I could have wrecked it if I'd been more decisive.

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    Is that for real 108.00 for that really?

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    Wha...?!?!?!?! 2 Yds of fabric with a winning bid of over $108???? Well, different strokes for different folks I guess.

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    They bid how much?? that's way too crazy

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    26 bids final price $108 and some change. too rich for my blood.

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    There is a REASON that orange mushrooms went out of style......

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