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Fabric Sale - On again


Fabric sale is on again. I just got the notice - don't miss out!
Yes, the ants have taken over the photocopier! Help..anyone know how to get rid of them?

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  1. Ants and wet weather ... don't you just love it (NOT!) Guess it is going to be another mad dash from work to make this sale ... J

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    1. Oh those ants... put the photocopier in a big rubbish bag and sprayed insect spray against the bag so the photocopier didn't get covered and then tied the bag up for 24 hours.. perfect! But they are all around the house - drives me crazy. I don't need fabric but I'll still go!

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  2. Oh yay - thanks for posting this again. I thought I signed up to their mailing list but haven't received a thing. Seems much earlier this year.

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    1. Yes I wasn't expecting it at all. Maybe I'll see you there?

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    2. Maybe. I am going there as soon as I can on the Thursday.

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    3. Ok may see you there then. I think I'll try to get there about 4 or 4.30. Maybe there'll be time for a coffee after?

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    4. Oh Marie I forgot to say if you want to borrow a Style Arc pattern, let me know which one and I'll bring it along. You can post it back to me later.

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