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Date: 4/10/10 7:58 AM

They are having a 3rd anniversary celebration sale, 50% off with the code BDAY. They ship mostly using UPS and my 6 yards cost $9.22 to send to IL but I love the silk prints I chose.

NAYY, have received nice things from them and wanted to share the sale.

Elliott Berman Textiles website

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Date: 4/10/10 8:14 AM

"ENABLER ALERT"

... at least you're honest about it!

(I don't need more fabric right now ... I don't need more fabric right now ... I need to sew some of what I got first ... I don't need more fabric right now ...)

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Date: 4/10/10 8:17 AM

Well, seeing how I am in Asia with access to a giant fabric market, I am still buying silk from the states... That should tell you how much I liked the prints, right? (I have been having a difficult time finding a huge variety of silk fabrics I like here in Korea, I wonder if I would fare much better in China or Thailand?)

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Date: 4/10/10 8:52 AM

Quote: minggiddylooloo
Well, seeing how I am in Asia with access to a giant fabric market, I am still buying silk from the states... That should tell you how much I liked the prints, right? (I have been having a difficult time finding a huge variety of silk fabrics I like here in Korea, I wonder if I would fare much better in China or Thailand?)

Yes, it does say a lot about the unseen-by-me prints ... I'm really REALLY trying hard to not look ... lead me not into temptation, because I can find Hancock's clearance table on my own! LOL

(Yes, I broke my fabric fast last weekend ... started counting all over ... 5 and a half days now)

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I don't really make mistakes ... I create "learning opportunities"! Murphy says: The better you match the thread to the fabric, the more likely you will need to rip some stitches out! I spend more quality time with my seamripper than I like ...
Yes, I DO love fabric!!
Happy owner of a band of Brothers: LX-3125, CS-770, CE5500 PRW, a PE-770 emb ... and now Kenmore 158.18032 and 148.12190
Blogging my "learning opportunites" at http://sewingmissadventure.blogspot.com/

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Date: 4/10/10 9:05 AM

Well, continue the good fight! I'm organizing my pattern stash right now and eesh, that's a different monster in and of itself. If fabric was as cheap as the Big 4 patterns on sale, I'd be in even more trouble.

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Date: 4/10/10 9:16 AM

Ugh, we won't go into the 99c pattern sales ... I already have a stash of those!

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Yes, I DO love fabric!!
Happy owner of a band of Brothers: LX-3125, CS-770, CE5500 PRW, a PE-770 emb ... and now Kenmore 158.18032 and 148.12190
Blogging my "learning opportunites" at http://sewingmissadventure.blogspot.com/

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Date: 4/10/10 9:21 AM

I ordered last night - I couldn't resist the silk knits!

Joanne

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Date: 4/10/10 9:51 AM

I ordered right after midnight EST. I ordered that interesting knit with the lace inclusions and a cotton soutage. Both are delicious!

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Date: 4/10/10 2:12 PM

Ohhh they have some gorgeous fabric for coats. And it'd be such a great price. Shame shipping is as much as the fabric for me :(

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Date: 4/10/10 11:03 PM

Quote: Patti B
I ordered right after midnight EST. I ordered that interesting knit with the lace inclusions and a cotton soutage. Both are delicious!

Yes, I was looking at the cotton soutage as well- Very lovely stuff. I ended up with a silk chiffon and a silk twill from Cynthia Steffe. I had been eyeing that fabric for a few months now, waiting for a big sale.

I bought some of their silk knits last summer, haven't turned them into anything yet but it was very nice.

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