just for fun...

7:34:00 PM

...if you had $200 to spend on anything quilty/sewy/crafty related, what would you buy?

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  1. Fabric or save it up for a *someday* new machine.

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  2. I saved my Christmas money for my trip to Sew South next month. I think it will be used for a variety- all guilt free.

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  3. I'd like to get one of those tables that fits around your sewing machine. It would make FMQ a lot easier.

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  4. Ooo. A plane ticket so I can have a sewing weekend with a friend!

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  5. I have the same problem... If you can call it that. I'm thinking a very large cutting mat is in order and a blade sharpener for rotary cutting blades. Not really fun but very practical.

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  6. I would put it towards EQ7 hopefully it would enough

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  7. ooh! Lots of wadding (batting) and maybe a little bit of fabric xx

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  8. I think I would buying some yummy backing fabric and use the rest on having someone else quilt my next quilt!

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  9. Electric Quilt 7. I think it's too much, but I still want it.:)

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  10. i would buy the new sizzix quilt dies for my bigkick. like the 2 1/2 inch strip die. how can i tell if i am a no-reply blogger? cjmont2002@yahoo.com

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  11. Totally buy fabric - a yard each. Anything by Westminister!

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  12. I would buy batting to help finish off my UFOs.

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  13. I would be so tempted to buy fabric and batting...but would probably put it towards materials to build this table and save my back while cutting! http://www.ikeahackers.net/2013/06/new-customized-sewing-room-cutting-table.html - but what would YOU buy?

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    1. Well, I didn't want to influence the responses, so you'll have to tune in tomorrow for my hypothetical spending spree, lol!

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  14. Fabric would be my first guess, because I love it. But really I think I would purchase some accessories for my long arm quilter, like the ruler base, rulers and lights.

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  15. Easy peasy! Fabric, fabric and , perhaps, more fabric!

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