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Thread: For those in/near Maine - Marden's this week

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    mkc is offline
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    For those in/near Maine - Marden's this week

    Saw this on Marden's FB page today

    Quilt shop salvage out of Virginia. Over 50 thousand yards of fabric split between our Lewiston and Sanford stores.

    Plus there are machines, including some Brother/Babylock longarms, pre-cuts, notions, and tools at the Lewiston store.

    The machines are 20% off the quilt shops wholesale cost.
    There was a small fire in a pizza shop at the end of the same strip mall the quilt shop was in. The machines have traces of smoke but the fabric is virtually spotless!
    I have no affiliation whatsoever with Marden's, but I do love shopping there when we visit in the summer (and I bought my Elna 760 at one of their previous shop salvage sales).

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    Super Member Carol W's Avatar
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    I love Mardens!!! I get almost all of my fabric there, as well as many other items. The fabric is quality fabric.

    For those who live in Maine or vacation in Maine, this store is worth going to.

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    Super Member TheMerkleFamily's Avatar
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    These fabrics/machines are sure to have come from The Crazy Cousin in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Nice store with beautiful fabrics
    "This is a wonderful day! I've never seen this one before." - Maya Angelou

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    Super Member jmoore's Avatar
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    I’ll have to check it out when I return home to Maine in December. I can always find some great fabrics at Marden’s.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    We vacationed in Maine in October. The Marden's store in Ellsworth was a great place to buy fabric. I am a fabriholic, and I recognized fabric from Joann's and Kaffee Fassett fabric. I saved hundreds of dollars. Of course, I felt like a sardine in the car on the return trip to Arkansas, but it was worth it. A young woman named Jaci works in the fabric department of that store, and she is awesome.

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