On the homestretch…

So where do you purchase most of your fabric?

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Inquiring minds want to know. Enquiring minds too.

Today is the last day to take the Survey and the folks at Sewing in America are telling us that we need a few more Moda folks to reply.

So can you help a girl out and take a few minutes of your time to tell them about your sewing and shopping preferences.  The survey takes about ten minutes – that’s how long it took me.  I think the survey-folks will be disappointed to learn that while I did buy a sewing machine last year, it is 70-years old.

Here is the link – Sewing In America Survey

Thank you!

UPDATE: The organizers of the Survey wanted a few more Moda-respondents so the Survey was extended for a few days for our link.  And it’s been fixed.  Mea culpa – mea goofa earlier.  🙂

 

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25 thoughts on “On the homestretch…

  1. as I live in a rural area with limited resources, I am an online shopper and frequently purchase from Missouri Star, Fat Quarter Shop and Connecting Threads. Love the daily specials.

  2. I would take the survey, but cannot bet to the site. Did they take it down?

    1. FYI: It doesn’t take me anywhere either but I copied and pasted it and it worked.

      1. Hi Kristi – It was my goof, my mistake. I fixed the link but thank you for taking the survey. We appreciate it. 🙂

  3. Bad link for me as well. It was bad the first time you sent it; that’s why I didn’t respond then.

  4. Just so you know, I googled sewing survey 2016 and was told the survey was “closed.” It ended May 20. Not sure what is going on.

    1. Apparently they wanted a few more “respondents” from Moda so the Survey was extended for us. Until tomorrow. 🙂

  5. Boo Hiss I finished the survey (at work) and went to get my free pattern then submit and was blocked by the No No pop up from work. Sorry…..

  6. Is it true Moda fabrics are made overseas? I am very disappointed to hear that such a wonderful fabric would be outsourced overseas when there are so many people here in America that would jump at a job making good quality fabric.

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