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Thread: Buying fabrics

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    Super Member dungeonquilter's Avatar
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    I see my stash as my retirement fund. I won't be able to afford to purchase much fabric after I quit working. I do try to use from my stash as much as possible, but it keeps growing. LOL

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    Super Member littleone's Avatar
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    Happy to hear I am not the only one who's been building stash for retirement; I believe it is a way of saving money (LOL) material will cost more then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k9dancer
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    Quote Originally Posted by k9dancer
    Quote Originally Posted by JustBonnie2
    OMG, OMG!!! I HAVE THE SAME ADDICTION!!! ...... HELP!!!! Where's Fabriholics Anonymous???!!!!
    They meet at my house every Friday.
    What time - I'll be there - can we fabric swap? LOL
    Sure!
    BTW, my husband spent 3 years at RAF Locking.
    Lol it's a small world. Quilting going strong around here, but shops few and far on the ground.

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    i sound like Sharon b! i have all this fabric and now i have to find a project for them! ;)

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