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  • will8989
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    So, Bob, what's happening with Christmas in July? I'm going through all my mags now for the Christmas stuff I couldn't get in last year's shows and will start working on it now for this year. Gees, there I go thinking about THIS Christmas when LAST Christmas is only 2 weeks old! Am I wishing my life away or what? LOL

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    Re: Christmas in July

    July would be great, November patterns mean finding them again for next christmas

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    Mid year would give us more time.

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  • will8989
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    and I third that! Most of my cutting is done by the end of August, the only thing I cut after that is orders so it is very hard to get in any of the ornaments in the November issue in the current year. :

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  • fxst
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    I'll second Mikes comment about mid year is a good choice for both Christmas and haloween patterns to give us a chance to get a few ready in time.
    Pete

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  • 3_M
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    Hi Bob,

    July, August would be good. I have been at craft shows in September and ornaments were a big seller already.

    Mike M

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  • BobD
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    Christmas in July

    I know some of you have asked to get christmas ornaments earlier in the year, and since we are in the process of putting the next year's worth of articles together, how many people are really interested in this?

    Bob

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