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Topic: Santa comes but once a year - or as often as the Atlanta Thread Company Delivers  (Read 526 times)
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marieC
« on: September 22, 2010 03:03:33 PM »

First of all, I do not work for these people.  I'm just really excited and would like to share my new knowledge with others.

I'm taking a pattern drafting class through G Street Fabrics in the DC region (also excited about that, but it's another post) and my instructor recommended using the Atlanta Thread and Supply Company for notions and our french curves and what not.  They're an online wholesaler.  So I visited and man are the prices good.

Behold my first expeditionary haul:


All of that (not the blue mat, I already had that) was a grand total of $28.67, including shipping.  Those three spools of serger thread?  $5.55 TOTAL (they're $4.59 individually at most places).  The zippers?  $0.65 each!  A dozen cover your own buttons?  $1.92 total!  Plus I got a $5 off my next purchase coupon which covers my $6.25 of shipping from this one (I think they do the shipping by weight, but I'm not sure).

Anyway, there's no fabric (I think), but tons of other stuff.  It's FANTASTIC and I ordered this stuff on Monday with the regular shipping option and got it on Wednesday.   So, go forth and save some money on notions without having to wait for the 50% off sales at Hancocks and Joannes.
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ginadaniels
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2010 05:10:50 PM »

Woooow! That's awesome.

I bet they don't ship to Canada though... Sad
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marieC
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2010 05:45:30 PM »

Canada is a drastically foreign place, especially to a bunch of southerners...

Nope, they do world-wide shipping.
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