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Date: 8/12/13 4:04 PM

In case anyone is interested they are having 50% off shirtings that are 58" wide coming to $5.00 a yard.

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Date: 8/12/13 4:30 PM

whyyyyyyy? WHYYYYY quiltingwolf! ;-)

I wish I could tell you how quickly I opened a new browser tab...

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Date: 8/12/13 4:49 PM

Is this a good price for shirting? I haven't made clothing in quite a while. But have been drawn back over to the dark side in need of blouses etc. Seems like some nice fabrics here. I got sucked into their flannel sale last winter. I still have it folded up waiting for me to do something with it.
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Date: 8/12/13 6:38 PM

Dark side?!? I think quilting was the dark side for me!

I love Fabricmart. Just when I thought I was out... they pull me back in.

I can't wait to visit their brick and mortar location at some point.

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Date: 8/12/13 10:32 PM

The *only* reason it isn't making me bite is that I have access to SR Harris who has two walls the size of grocery store aisles packed with shirting fabric, and it tends to be $3.50-$5.00 (obviously some are higher). So I'd go there and skip the shipping.

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Date: 8/12/13 10:38 PM

I have not seen these shirtings, but I do have a few boxes of FM shirting that I got on my last IRL trip. I think $5 is a good price. Some times we get used to everything being so cheap...

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Date: 8/12/13 10:49 PM

I was looking at the shirtings. i find it appealing that some of them are wrinkle free. I may just make make first fabric purchase in months!

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Date: 8/12/13 11:25 PM

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LOL! I bet it was almost as quick as me!!!

Then I realised Fabric Mart don't send international. Phew!Then I realised they are in PA and my parents are currently on their way to PA. Help, I think I might be going to break my fabric fast.....

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Date: 8/12/13 11:41 PM

Wait!!! Lol!!!

I was gaga over the stripes and plaids and...swoon. :)

I'm saving my hobby pennies to buy some moderately decent yarn to knit my first sweater.
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Date: 8/13/13 1:46 AM

Gosh and here I was thinking you were going to talk about their cotton fabric bundle for $15. I ordered one and was pleasantly surprised. Three pieces, over two yards each in some nice prints.

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