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Author Topic: Shops I shouldn't go into without a minder  (Read 4091 times)

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kittyhugger35

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Re: Shops I shouldn't go into without a minder
« Reply #90 on: June 17, 2016, 08:33:11 AM »
Webs the yarn store in Northampton, Ma. I will be going there for the big yarn shop hop and I will definitely need a minder.
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ladyknight1

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Re: Shops I shouldn't go into without a minder
« Reply #91 on: June 17, 2016, 09:13:56 AM »
For the time being, I think I need a minder for Target's shoe department.  Normally, the shoe department is no threat; they don't carry wide widths, therefore there is no need for me to even look.  However, during spring and summer, Target sells the cutest boat shoe type sneakers.  There are florals and stripes and solids. Because they are canvas, the wide width problem is solved by getting a size larger.  Plus, I was able to successfully wash one of last year's pairs in the washing machine.  I bought four pairs last year, and four more this year.  The good news is that the selection is getting pretty picked-over.  Although, there was that dainty light blue floral design . . .

And now I have to look. Sigh.  :o ::) :D
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