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Thread: All for $2.00!!!!

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    Senior Member Jenni M's Avatar
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    I got all of these plus about 50 Quilting books and Magazines for only $2. I couldn't believe it! There was over 7 yards of Aunt Grace alone. Also, can any one tell me about the chicken fabric?

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    You lucky dog. I never find stuff like that. Don't know anything about the chicken fabric.

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    Senior Member Jenni M's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyAire
    You lucky dog. I never find stuff like that. Don't know anything about the chicken fabric.
    I know!!! I was so happy. I love the chicken piece, but have no idea what to do with it. Any thoughts out there?

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    Pot holders, placemats, curtains for the kitchen window. Great find Jenni! :thumbup:

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    Senior Member Jenni M's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter7x
    Pot holders, placemats, curtains for the kitchen window. Great find Jenni! :thumbup:
    I thought so too. Isn't that fabric silly and fun??! I first thought it was a feed sack!

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    wow! What an awesome find! Where on earth did you get all that? Everytime I go into my local thrift store there's nothing but real junk! Great find! I'm totally jealous!

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    Wow!

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    You got a bargain

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    wow!! great find!

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    Score!!! Congratulations on your haul!!

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    You got a good deal there and you are very lucky.

    I never find anything like that around here.

    Make potholders out of the chicken fabric or coasters.

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    Wow!! What a deal!!!

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    I got some really good deals at the thrift store today too! What a great feeling! You got the deal of the day tho! Whoot whoot!

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    What a great score! Congratulations. :thumbup:

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    WOW!! :shock:

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    Good buy! I see some cute potholders with chicken fabric!

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    A Breakfast tablecloth, make sure its bacon & eggs. Have fun, love the material

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    As soon as I saw the chicken fabric I thought "apron"!

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    WOW - you hit the jackpot with all this!! I'd hate to cut up the chicken/egg fabric so might make it into an apron or curtains if there was enough of it. Wish I had the good fortune you did and on top of this you even got Aunt Gracie material.

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    GREAT bargain!!! Chickens would make a cute apron with matching potholder.

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    A great buy!! Happy sewing!! :thumbup: :D

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    You could make yourself an apron out of the chicken fabric, maybe pot holders or a table runner....

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    I'm just green about the Aunt Grace fabric. It would have been the jackpot with just this!

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    Some people live a charmed life. LOL!
    I think an apron would be darling in that fabric!

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    Wow, you did get a great deal!!!!!!!!!!

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