Tuesday, December 1, 2009

The Frenzy continues...

Damn you Fabric.com.  You know I am weak! Why do you keep sending me these fabulous sale emails? Oh yeah, to make money.  Fabric.com is having 12 days of deals.  You can look at each days sales, but can't order those sales until the given day.  It's a progressive sale, so you can continue to order from previous days sales until December 14th (like there will be any good stuff remaining...Hello??? Have you shopped at Fabric.com???)  Today's deal is 60% off the Vera Wang lavender collection.  I didn't buy any when it came out, but I saw a lot of beautiful things come from that line, so I let my fingers do the walking.  They had several colors of poly designer lining for $1.99 a yard, so I picked up some of that.  My lining shelf has been dwindling (my dear husband would scoff!)  I had some other fabrics in my cart, but decided to just go with a cream jersey to make another cardiwrap for my Spring wardrobe.  I have some beautiful silks that I plan to make a sheath and a chic skirt/top number that would look great with a cream cardiwrap.  I also had a coupon code for being such a fanatic dedicated shopper, so that knocked it down another 15%.  I came in under 40 bucks...made the free shipping...it's all good!  Now to go get some housework done before work...it's my Friday again...Wahoo!!!

3 comments:

Sharon said...

I don't subscribe to those emails. Because I'm weak. And then you go and post all about it and the first thing I want to do is hop over to fabric.com *LOL* But I won't...I won't...I won't.

Sewfast said...

Sorry Sharon...I really should bid them goodbye too. My fabric closet is legendary. My young friend who I am teaching to sew took her husband into my studio and said "this is what I want" He took her to JoAnn's and when they returned asked my husband "How could she spend a whole hour in there?" Tom just laughed and said "Leave it alone...you have NO idea"... :)

Tina said...

ugh. I hate email coupons. They whisper sweet nothings in your ear and beg you to use them even when you don't need anything new.