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UPS Stopped By!

I have to give a shout out to
If it weren't for them I don't know how I could afford to quilt. Designer fabric is expensive!!
This is what came in the mail..backing for a couple of quilts of mine. I bought 9 yards of fabric for...guess how much?? $28. bucks!! What a steal! They had a Westminster Blowout Sale and they also have a great selection of clearance fabric. Make sure you check it out.

Here is a sneek peak of the back of one of my quilts. The fabric is Del Hi by Valori Wells. It was on sale for $3.95 a yard...can't beat that.


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  1. i just love it when the delivery man brings fabric.

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  2. Thank you for mentioning the cost of designer fabrics!! Not everyone can even afford to sew anymore & especially if you want to have the latest designer prints. I just saw some new ones that have come out that are going for $10.95 a yard! Pleeeaase! Way out of my range & if you're ordering online, by the time the shipping is added on....I will check out the site you suggested. Another good priced site is connectingthreads.com

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