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Is there many crafters on here that use fabric. I am selling all of mine out at real cheap prices. I sure would love to move it all over here instead of putting anymore on Etsy./
Let me know if there are some out there so I can make a decision about this

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I guess no one on here is interested in fabric
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I guess no one on here is interested in fabric


Why don't you post a few cuts and price ranges here to give members an idea of what you're offering? Are you feeling the waters to see if enough people would be interested before you list some? You know there are just a handful of people keeping this forum going, so not a lot of people have seen this post.

Though I am interested, I'm not ready to buy any more yet, and can't say when. I love to sew, but I do so many techniques that I don't sew every day. I have fabric that I need to use.

It's a shame that many, many sellers are not visiting the forum yet. We have lots of sewers here.

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Is there many crafters on here that use fabric. I am selling all of mine out at real cheap prices. I sure would love to move it all over here instead of putting anymore on Etsy./
Let me know if there are some out there so I can make a decision about this


Barb,

I cannot get your shop when I click on the link.  Please look into it.


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Barb,

I cannot get your shop when I click on the link.  Please look into it.


Marion


Sorry Marion, I changed the name of the shop and forgot to change it on here

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Barb I use fabric...lots and lots of fabric since I'm a seamstress and quilter. I'm always looking for new novelty prints especially. Let me know when you have some to view. I need at least 3/4 to 1 yard of each print (nothing smaller in quantity).
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Barb I use fabric...lots and lots of fabric since I'm a seamstress and quilter. I'm always looking for new novelty prints especially. Let me know when you have some to view. I need at least 3/4 to 1 yard of each print (nothing smaller in quantity).


I have some listed in my handmadevarietyshop and will be listing more shortly

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I like fat quarter, charm and scrap packs of modern prints.
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I like fat quarter, charm and scrap packs of modern prints.


I sell fat quarters of any of mine

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Do any of you know anything about this. I bought a Baby Locks quilting machine from an auction. I got all of the accessories but the guy said it had a screen problem not coming up when you turn on the machine. Could it be as simple as a fuse? I have to have someone look at. It had been rarely used and I saw how much they sold for and was going to resell it. Just wondered if anyone had a quick fix before I had a repair man look at it.
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It could be a fuse, but I would be more concerned that it's the mother board. Can you operate any functions at all?
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To tell you the truth I have never tried to turn it on. I know the man said that the lady recently had the screen repaired and so it does work. That is what I was thinking was a fuse. There is some older man who lives in the retirement village that I live in. He used to fix sewing machines for a living so when I get a little time I am going to call him. I am sure he doesn’t charge much at all to fix it. Just not a priority to me since I am always busy getting something else done. I think I am going to call him now and see if he can come over and look at it. I need to sell it and get my money. I am sure I can sell it quickly here since it is a large community, over a quarter of the size of Manhattan, and a lot of the elderly people sew here. I only paid 110 dollars for it and when I looked on eBay they go for 400 or 500 dollars. It’s a shame because it is an expensive touch screen newer machine. I tell you I am better at buying than I am selling. I have a big problem with being a procrastinator....big big problem with it lol
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Yes, these machines can be quite expensive. And if it was in for repair of the screen, why didn't the person keep it after repairing it? And you have to ask yourself...why only $110.00?'I would be very suspicious and definitely call in your friend to have a look at.
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I bought it at an auction. It was like brand new. It belonged to a lady who owned it in The Villages is the only reason I bought it. The people who live here are elderly and buy stuff and never use it. Who knows since I haven’t even plugged it in. Could be she just didn’t know how to even use it. You know a lot of elderly people can’t even work a lot of the high tech stuff. Seeing that it is a touch screen. People here have lots of money. I am not one of them but they change their furniture and appliances like they change their underwear. Now I feel bad for not even plugging it in. Like I said I have a bad habit of buying things and not even checking them. I know whatever it is can’t cost more than the machine is worth.
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Barbara,
I think you would get more looks when you post on Google forum, if you would link your shop name, so people can click and get to your shop from the Google+ site.
I think that would be a nice feature if we had a way to click on anyone's post from Google+ and it would take us to their Artyah shop.
 

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