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I went into the store for fabric dye and remnants, also looked at prints. I had a 50% off coupon for regular price fabric.

ALL fabric except a small, small amount was 20-30% off, making my 50% off coupon void. Remnants are an ungodly price. Our joann was a Hancock fabrics before and I could get remnants for sometimes 80% off. Crafts are supposed to be an adorable way to have nice things.

Shameful prices on all items. Cotton fabric for $14.99 a yard!!! That's doctor's wife prices, not everyday person prices.

Last time I visit. I'll drivean hour away to get better prices.

Review about: Joann Fabric Fabric.

Reason of review: Pricing issue.

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1) your 50% off coupon was NOT null and void, it just didnt apply to anything you thought you were entitled to. 2) remnants are 50% off the going price which means if that piece of remnant is on sale, you get 50% off the sale price.

3) I also bought remnants at Hancock Fabrics and their price was always a flat 50% off regular price, never the sale price. And where is Hancock Fabrics now, they are out of business, and why??? If they sold everything for 80% off, now you know why 4) Crafts are suppose to be a nice friendly atmosphere where people should stop whining and complaining all the time. 5) Not all fabrics are $14.99!!!

Fabrics are on sale, clearance, remnants, coupons can range from a little over $1 a yard to all price ranges up. Dont label a whole store based on $14.99 a yard because you cant afford it. 6) Good luck to find better prices. Hobby Lobby doesnt have remnants, Hancock fabrics filed bankruptcy, Michaels doesnt sell fabrics, and private small craft stores, dont use coupons or have sales and sell fabric at a lot higher prices.

SO use your coupons, follow the sales or fidn a different hobby. Many crafters are sick of reading reviews about peoples misconceptions and gripes!!!!


Yeah BUT Hancock Fabrics went out of business because it couldn't pay its bills, so clearly their prices weren't really working for anyone...


Better prices in fabric at Hobby Lobby.

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