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Thread: My good deal on Craig's List

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    Senior Member DoxieMom's Avatar
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    Found this on Craig's List being sold by someone who'd decided sewing wasn't for her. All for $15! I was most interested in the unused patterns for the totes and aprons which are easily worth the $15, so all the rest is "gravy".
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    Nice haul!!!

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    Very good selection I love the purple fabric.

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    Great find :D:D:D

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    Senior Member DoxieMom's Avatar
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    Yeah, I love the purple, too!

    Quote Originally Posted by pojo
    Very good selection I love the purple fabric.

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    Look at both of our pictures so we have a lot in common color and our little ones. :thumbup:

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    good luck with the patterns. I usually make my bags from internet patterns or make up the pattern as I go. I'm working on the first one from Simplicity. I used to sew clothes from patterns without problems, but making a bag with the tissue paper patterns and their directions is becoming a real chore. I'd much rather be given rotary cutting sizes than pinning on the paper and cutting out. Guess my mind isn't as sharp as it used to be.

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    Good find!

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    good find! going to craigslist now! LOL

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    great score for that price

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    Nice haul, well worth the $15. :D :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattypurple
    good luck with the patterns. I usually make my bags from internet patterns or make up the pattern as I go. I'm working on the first one from Simplicity. I used to sew clothes from patterns without problems, but making a bag with the tissue paper patterns and their directions is becoming a real chore. I'd much rather be given rotary cutting sizes than pinning on the paper and cutting out. Guess my mind isn't as sharp as it used to be.

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    I'm with you, Pat, I made all our clothes and drapes etc. and now I have trouble going back to sewing clothing from the patterns that they are now making. Must be old age. LOL But, that was a great haul...too bad she didn't put her sewing machine in with the deal.

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    Nice find! I have one a little one too. same color.

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