Ladies, if you sew, you MUST go check out your local Wal-Mart and see if they are having the same great clearance deal that I got in on at ours.
My stepson and his girlfriend were shopping at Wal-Mart last night and called to tell me that they were having a major clearance on fabrics back in the craft department. Our Wall-Mart no longer has a fabric department :( but they do carry the prepack precuts of fabric.
Well, when I found out they had a BUNCH of the fabrics packs marked down to 2/3 off, I actually made a midnight run to the store :)
Hubby said he would go with me since it was pretty late. That was good cause when we checked out he just smiled and handed me the credit card. Such a good man. He never complains when I buy goodies to make things for the needy babies. I am very lucky that way.
So here we go. This is what I bought.
I got ALL OF THIS for $50.57.
And SAVED $103.63 off the original prices.
What a haul and a deal! At least I thought so, lol.
Now for the close ups.
You never have enough fat quarters, right gals? So I picked up a few of the basic colors for......are you ready?...... 30 cents each!
I’m a sucker for bright colors so I got some hot pinks for a little girls quilt or two. The 2 yard cuts were $1.90 each.
I don’t think you ever have enough purples either so picked up a few of those too. The 1 yard cuts were $1.40 each. The one with the 2 different fabrics in it was $2.70.
These cute prints were $1.90 each.
The first is Winnie The Pooh, the next is fire trucks, then you have teddy bears, and last is zoo animals. Each one is 2 yards.
Now these really caught my eye. They are blanket kits and include a cute front panel that’s 36x44 with material for backing to match. And they were only $2.20 per kit!! How could any sewing person pass those up??
I picked up a couple of slightly patterned white for backings or whatever (you never have enough white). The bundles of 7 co coordinating fat quarters were only $2.70 each. Gosh, in some places you can’t get ONE fat quarter for that!
Look at this cute little rag doll kit I got for $2.00. Me thinks this might make a nice Christmas present for the granddaughter. At least that’s the plan.
Last but not least are these 2 patterns I got. The bonnet will be nice to have to make for some of the burial sets I make. And the dress and hat is just plain cute, and pretty simple to make after looking the pattern over.
So there’s my haul. I just had to share and tell you, go check out Wally World! Now I just have to find the time to make all this stuff!
Once again, Blogger is doing goofy stuff with spacing when you publish a post so if it looks wanky, it's not me!