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Thread: Oh my. I'm so excited, I'm almost peeing in my pants.

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    Wooo-hoo! She gave me the go ahead to come today instead of Sunday!! Yaaaa!

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    Remember "Depends" for the embaresment protection and have one h_ _ _ _ of a grand time.

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    Make yourself a little nest on her dootstep Saturday night and take a sharp stick with you and poke anyone else who gets too close to that door! Have fun!

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    Well? It's Saturday and we KNOW your there ------ how's it going???

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    GOOD LUCK, HAVE FUN & POST PIC'S!!!!!! :thumbup:

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    I'm happy for you and green with envy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi
    Well? It's Saturday and we KNOW your there ------ how's it going???
    Went great!!! I'll post pics in a bit (just nursing the baby to get him down for a nap), but I got a great haul, some gorgeous fabrics and tons of batting for $60!

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    Should camp out there. I remember when I was moving I had alot of things and having a 2 day sale. Before we could get everything set up, there were people outside with flashlights checking over stuff as we were getting it out the door. At the time I was a big salt and pepper collector, and was selling some of them off because I would not have that much room when we moved.
    How do you find these 2nd hand places on line? Maybe I could find some in my neck of the woods
    Best to you, let us know all the goodies you found

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    Make sure you wear a nappy before you go.

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    deerma,wish I had someone in my area to do that !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodimarie
    Take plenty of CASH....yep, the cold hard stuff that makes you able to wheel and deal like a PRO!! A lot of people are leary of a personal check and would rather deal with the green stuff. Lots of small bills in one pocket and larger bills in the other pocket but be safe....don't ''flash'' the cash. If you have any grocery store tote bags, bring them too.

    Have fun....good lulck!!
    GOOD ADVICE, and don't be afraid to bargain on a big lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deema
    I dunno...dogs do it too...wonder what that says about me? ha!
    I am laughing soooo hard - I almost peed my pants! LOL LOL LOL

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    Me to , went in to junk store and I find a featherweight mancine for $50.00.Boy, I got my money out to pay for it and she didn't charge me tax.The only thing it need it a belt.

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    it's saturday and not only are my fingers crossed

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    Quote Originally Posted by longerarmer
    Me to , went in to junk store and I find a featherweight mancine for $50.00.Boy, I got my money out to pay for it and she didn't charge me tax.The only thing it need it a belt.
    WooHooo!!! What a find!!!! Lucky you!!!

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    Deema your are to funny. Good luck.

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    luck to you. I am a new quilter too and love it when I find a sale like that. enjoy........

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    I keep reading about feather wgts. I am new at this, so can you tell me about them and why everyone gets so excited about them?

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    Some people are just so lucky....Have fun.

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    Some people are just so lucky....Have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karate lady
    I keep reading about feather wgts. I am new at this, so can you tell me about them and why everyone gets so excited about them?
    The Featherweight is a small very portable machine outfitted in a carry case. The machine weighs only about 11 lbs and with the case and attachments and foot pedal its about 14 lbs. The machines were manufactured by Singer between 1933 and the mid 1960's. They are simple to operate, hardly ever wear out if the owner will just oil and lubricate occasionally and were precision made. The make a great straight stitch and are just perfect to take when you want to go to a class etc. Plus they are just so darn cute!

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    oh wow that sounds like if could be fun and save you some money in your wallet at the same time enjoy!

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    thanks patdesign...any chance someone can show me a picture. I hit yard sales and estate sales a lot, and what is a good price for one?

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    oh i just looked at your picture,is that one of them.

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