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The Mortgage Fabric
A new type of fabric I just found on line - check it out!
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Date: 1/21/10 9:38 PM

This is what they call the Mortgage Fabric. It's really amazing !

Check it out :

Mortgage Fabric




Ok, I know it's couture stuff.

;-) I often tell myself how lucky I am not to have a "sewing budget" like many of the PR members. I thought my only restriction was time... But you know what? This time, I think I will wait for a coupon !



-- Edited on 1/21/10 9:39 PM --

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Date: 1/21/10 9:43 PM

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Price: $1,497.00

Lol, adding six yards to my basket as we speak.

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In reply to Vintage Joan


Date: 1/21/10 9:47 PM

Oh but wait: here is the Monthly Rent fabric, for the rest of us:

Rent

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Date: 1/21/10 9:48 PM

Wow that is one beautiful piece of fabric. The price is beyond what I want to pay. Your right on this one mortgage fabric. Over a thousand dollar for a yard.

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Ecclesiastes 11:7,8 Nothing on earth is more beautiful than the morning sun. Even if you live to a ripe old age, you should try to enjoy each day, because darkness will come and will last a long time. (CEV)

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Date: 1/21/10 10:00 PM

Well save some for me, ya fabric piggie!

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Most of all, I heart Woo (HimmyCat). Until we meet again, my beautiful little boy. I love you.

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In reply to zazzie


Date: 1/21/10 10:09 PM

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the Monthly Rent fabric, for the rest of us

Oh, foolish me, I should have saved out a few thousand for a yard or two of that, too.

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Quote LynnRowe:
Well save some for me, ya fabric piggie!

LOL! Oops! When mine arrives I'll make you a special deal on a yard or two.

(Mine will be arriving when the fabric piggie has wings. )

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Date: 1/21/10 10:12 PM

Well, my mortgage is a little lower, so I'll take a couple of yards of this one: Pleated Georgette

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Date: 1/21/10 10:19 PM

What a relief....... I don't like them.
Bank balance safe for another day (and DO NOT go showing me nicer ones, I have no will power)

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Date: 1/21/10 10:20 PM

Oh, this one is so beautiful and so much more affordable!
Embroidered/Appliqued Cotton

Another pretty one:
Armani Lt. Green Houndstooth

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Date: 1/21/10 10:27 PM

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Oh, this one is so beautiful and so much more affordable! Embroidered/Appliqued Cotton Another pretty one: Armani Lt. Green Houndstooth

Oh my, how clever they are -- my first thought WAS actually "how cheap!" ....until it hit me that normally I think of $35-40 fabric as something I might aspire to buy half a meter of some day when I'm rich. Oops! I fell for it.

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