I hope I live more than 20 years - but I still registered! Thanks for sharing this Jean
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This could be a problem in a few years. The dollar per yard limit is $10. Think they can guarantee that they will still have fabrics available at that price in 2030?
Just think of the consequences of winning. Free fabric for 20 years...what an incentive! You would then have assurance of being around another 20 years. 79 years old. AND in good health. Yep...that will be me in 20 years!
I'm gonna' pass...I think I'm already a "fabric hoarder"(shocking thought whispered) besides these folks already fill my email and mailbox with ton's of junk mail. My office thinks I have a secret life already...
May "In Michigan"
Posts: 9291 | Location: Michigan,up North,the west side of Perfect | Registered: Sep 14, 2004
I don't think I spent $520 at Keepsake in 2012, but I made a dent in that amount!!! Now, if somebody would just keep me out of the store, I'd be fine. Navy Wife, Muggo and Pinecone -- are you listening????
I hear you, but I'm not making any promises! I plan to be there next summer. And who said they would 79? I'll be 95, still sewing and buying fabric!This message has been edited. Last edited by: Navy Wife,
Originally posted by nancyc20: I'll split it with you Kentucky when I win!!!
pegsmai...that ceacks me up...who ever has the most fabric wins...LOL...got me to thinking about the fabric I hve stashed in nearly every room ...makes me wonder which one of us quilters has the most stash?
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Posts: 6799 | Location: "Across the ocean blue amongst the wildflower's & honeydews" | Registered: Aug 17, 2008
The other day when we switched our TV, computer and phone to a different carrier, one of the guys had to step over labeled fabric boxes to get to the phone area. He asked me if I was a sewer. I stuck out my chin and said proudly, "NO, I'm a QUILTER!" Then in another room he saw my knitting needles and said his mother did that...and I said I use them for back scratchers...hahahahaha!
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Posts: 7486 | Location: California | Registered: Sep 02, 2003
Thanks for the link...and I've entered every day, figuring I can always find someone to share with today I got an "error" message, that you can only register once using a link.. I've used it every day hahaha, oh well, guess I'll enter through the website.