Friday, July 17, 2009

Do you Club BMV?

If not...you are missing out today!!! Vogue Patterns sent an email last night that all Vogue, Butterick and McCalls patterns are $4.75 - that's $4.27 for you club members! Now normally this would just be a regular sale - partake or don't! But if you are jonesing for the new fall Vogue patterns...load your carts people 'cause they are on sale today and tomorrow ONLY at that fantastic price!

I know, I know you are thinking the craft store that masquerades as a fabric store will have a better sale sometime soon...and you are probably right. But why not order from the source?! The place that will have every size and send it right to your mailbox!

I've already ordered mine...even have some fabric choices from "The Fabric Collection" ready to go with them...

Remember today and tomorrow ONLY! Enjoy!!!!

12 comments:

  1. I let my membership lapse after I started subscribing to BWOF, but now I'm thinking I might join again...

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  2. Thanks for the tip. I'm all over it -- considering that I pretty much want the entire fall lineup (yes, I'm a piggie) and the "other place" has a limit of 10 and, without fail, never has the size I want when I want it, I'll go take care of this today. I knew there was a reason I didn't click "buy" when I was over at fabricmart this a.m. Patterns....

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  3. I just ordered three patterns. Can't wait to get them. Love that $4.27 price. They are on sale cheaper at Hancocks this weekend. But if I go there to get them I'll spend alot more than I would save on stuff I don't need. I find I do better to stay away from the stores to control impulse buying.

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  4. "…the craft store that masquerades as a fabric store…" I love that description!

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  5. I ordered TEN patterns from BMV this morning!!! I love the fact that they come straight to my home/office, and I don't have to go to that store you mentioned in order to buy them on sale!! Sorta hard to think about fall clothing right now, when it's 90+ degrees outside . . .

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  6. I live within 20 miles of three "…the craft store that masquerades as a fabric store…" (LOVE that) but I've found it is so much easier to order directly from Vogue when they have these wonderful sales. I am loving so many of the new fall patterns that it's a good thing I've been clearing out my existing pattern stash so there's room for the new ones!

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  7. I filled my cart last night and hit the buy button this morning!

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  8. I love BMV! Considering that it costs close to $30 in Australia to buy a Vogue pattern, I use these sales as a major opportunity to stack up on patterns. In the past I've bought things on a whim because of the price and then later down the track they've turned out to be the perfect pattern for a new piece of fabric!

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  9. I went to Hancocks today for the $3.99 sale and they have NONE OF THE NEW FALL PATTERNS....arrgghh. I love online more and more.....

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  10. I just wanted to say thanks again for this post. I got the e-mail this morning and deleted it because I just saw McCalls, Butterick. Had I opened it, I would have seen Vogue. Well, I'm quite a bit poorer (I'm such a pattern piggie) but it was worth it for those fabulous fall patterns! I should probably read by BMV e-mails instead of just glancing at them LOL.

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  11. I will look into this, but first I wanted to thank you for mentioning Atlanta Thread and Supply. I ordered their "50 color pack" (hey, hubby told me to get plenty of colors, so I had to, right?) on Wednesday, and it got to me today! Thank you for the recommendation.

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  12. I so wish we were able to join that club in Australia! I just bought a half price Vogue pattern here and it was still A$12 (about US$10). They're usually A$25 and upwards! Which is why I don't have many in my pattern collection. McCalls often has a three for the price of one sale, making them around $A6 each. What an astounding difference. We're such a small population we don't appear to have any buying power. Even our fabrics are expensive - and we often get what is left over after they've been sold to the US and European markets. Such is life!

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