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Thread: I was told to build my stash...

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    Wow. Bring him with you to carry your loot.

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    Have fun shopping.

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    Run, don't walk to the nearest fabric store, before he changes his mind. LOL

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    You go girl. Have fun and stock up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhansen6
    Thank goodness my fabric stash is in cupboards with doors on them. If my husband could see my stash he would freak. I know I have way to much.
    IMO one can never have "too big a stash". :wink: And In this economic climate, we need to be safely storing fabric n thread for ourselves and our children's usage. If children should :cry: turn out to not LOVE fabric and quilting, then we in our old age will still have plenty of GOOD quality cottons to use for our own pleasure :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer22206
    just so you know fabric.com is having a HUGE sale.. 3.95 and 4.95 a yard. :D
    Wish we could feel fabric online; would then feel more confident about buying.

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    I'm giving your DH our phone number so he can talk to mine and run that idea by him ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marge L.
    When my DH was living, he was the one to suggest that I get a different machine when he thought the present one was in the repair shop too often. On coming backing from a shopping, the 1st question was, "Well, how much material did you get this time?" This was all said w/ a grin while hiding behind the paper. If I said not one thing, he'd ask if I was sick. LOL God, I miss that man.
    ((Hugs))

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    Quote Originally Posted by skjquiltnut
    Quote Originally Posted by Marge L.
    When my DH was living, he was the one to suggest that I get a different machine when he thought the present one was in the repair shop too often. On coming backing from a shopping, the 1st question was, "Well, how much material did you get this time?" This was all said w/ a grin while hiding behind the paper. If I said not one thing, he'd ask if I was sick. LOL God, I miss that man.
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    I'm sorry you lost him. He truly sounds like he was a gem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberta
    Quote Originally Posted by skjquiltnut
    Quote Originally Posted by Marge L.
    When my DH was living, he was the one to suggest that I get a different machine when he thought the present one was in the repair shop too often. On coming backing from a shopping, the 1st question was, "Well, how much material did you get this time?" This was all said w/ a grin while hiding behind the paper. If I said not one thing, he'd ask if I was sick. LOL God, I miss that man.
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    I'm sorry you lost him. He truly sounds like he was a gem.
    I also had a gem of a DH. He would spot quilt stores a mile off when we were traveling and pull in before I could say anything. He always carried a book with him so he could sit and read and always told me to take my time and that he enjoyed seeing me so happy buying fabric! I am sure there is a special place for them in quilter's heaven!

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