Tru-fit pattern classes at Hancock

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I signed up for this last month and took the class last night.

I knew going in that they would be trying to sell a lot of stuff, but I
went in with a limit as to what I would spend and stuck to it.

All-in-all I really thought the class was instructional and well worth
the $10 I paid for it.

Here is a link for their products.

http://www.tru-fitpatterns.com /


Re: Tru-fit pattern classes at Hancock
On Aug 18, 8:27=A0am, snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (Chris R) wrote:
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Hancock closed their stores in my area at least 2 years ago, perhaps
longer.

Re: Tru-fit pattern classes at Hancock
Too bad they closed your stores.

The Joann's closed around here.


Re: Tru-fit pattern classes at Hancock
Many of the Hancock's closed here in Houston area, except a couple grubby
ones, managed by some people who look about the same.  I've stopped going
there, unless I am in dire immediate need of something that I know they
normally carry, and have almost the correct change because they don't like
credit cards.
Emily



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Hancock's did not even try to keep up with the other stores and I
guess that's why they closed.  They did not try to expand their
offerings.  JoAnn's here is a h-u-g-e store with everything a sewer,
crafter, or quilter could ever want.  Large selection of sewing
machines from $ to $$$$$$.  Classes for sewing, quilting, cake
decorating, jewelry making, knitting, and many more.  Hancock offered
none of these classes.

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