wondering

Mayfield, KY

#1 Mar 2, 2013
is joanns open yet?
joann

Stearns, KY

#2 Mar 2, 2013
March 8th opening day
wondering

Mayfield, KY

#3 Mar 2, 2013
Thanks so much for the info! I am looking forward to it.
so high

Corbin, KY

#4 Mar 11, 2013
that place is so high!! 18$ a yard for the same farbic walmart has for 8.95$ a yard. WTF??
Shopper

Barbourville, KY

#5 Mar 13, 2013
You people are just used to Walmart crap. There is a big difference in quality of fabric. It might have the same print but not the same thread count or be the same type. Also they always have coupons. I'm glad we actually have somewhere to buy something decent. If everyone would get back to supporting local business we might have less people without a job.
Not really

United States

#6 Mar 14, 2013
Shopper wrote:
You people are just used to Walmart crap. There is a big difference in quality of fabric. It might have the same print but not the same thread count or be the same type. Also they always have coupons. I'm glad we actually have somewhere to buy something decent. If everyone would get back to supporting local business we might have less people without a job.
Actually Joann's IS a chain store and not locally owned either.Having said that, I'm sure it has provided jobs for locals. There are a several locally owned fabric shops,Fabric World and another I can't recall the name of that are very nice and have great fabrics and related items FYI
well

Somerset, KY

#7 Mar 14, 2013
That place is too expensive. I will not be back.
Well

Barbourville, KY

#8 Mar 15, 2013
well wrote:
That place is too expensive. I will not be back.
Great!! I'm sure your opinion won't matter! It's been busy since it opened the doors. You have a nice day!
Crafty

Duluth, GA

#9 Mar 15, 2013
Joann's is way to expensive for this area. I hope they make it, but at the prices they have, I don't see it lasting long..
Agree

Richmond, KY

#10 Mar 15, 2013
well wrote:
That place is too expensive. I will not be back.
I am a big crafter. I have 4 Sewing machines, 2 embroider machines, 2 cricuts, a your story alots more. You can go on down to the Dollar Tree and get stuff for a dollar that they are charging 3 to 5 dollars. When rumors stared we were getting a craft score that gift cards for me was all anyone would ever have to give me. PLEASE FAMILY DON'T BUY ME GIFT CARD FROM THIS PLACE I could buy 3 times as much at other stores. Sorry for you fools that is gonna waste their money there. Do i need to say more, no/
Fellow crafter

Georgetown, KY

#11 Mar 16, 2013
Agree wrote:
<quoted text> I am a big crafter. I have 4 Sewing machines, 2 embroider machines, 2 cricuts, a your story alots more. You can go on down to the Dollar Tree and get stuff for a dollar that they are charging 3 to 5 dollars. When rumors stared we were getting a craft score that gift cards for me was all anyone would ever have to give me. PLEASE FAMILY DON'T BUY ME GIFT CARD FROM THIS PLACE I could buy 3 times as much at other stores. Sorry for you fools that is gonna waste their money there. Do i need to say more, no/
Well I thought they had very nice fabric which I have never saw at Walmart . I'm not sure what type of fabrics or craft supplies you are comparing them to at the dollar tree. But the dollar tree is cheap junk and you get what you pay for. Let me know when the dollar tree gets in cricut supplies haha. This is America you have choices, if you don't want to go in stay home.
michell

Corbin, KY

#12 Mar 16, 2013
very expensive
shopping there

El Paso, AR

#13 Mar 16, 2013
What is wrong with you people,I love this store, I was buying from fabric world and they are expensive, and those bitches are all menapausal, I will shop at Joanns, and where did you see expensive items? Comparing this store to the doller tree is just stuped, we have enough doller stores and doller trees and those stores all smell like the cheap china made crap, I get itchy just going in them and the stink sticks to your cloths, so those who don't care for Joanns, keep your fat asses at the doller stores.
listen up

El Paso, AR

#14 Mar 17, 2013
Shopper wrote:
You people are just used to Walmart crap. There is a big difference in quality of fabric. It might have the same print but not the same thread count or be the same type. Also they always have coupons. I'm glad we actually have somewhere to buy something decent. If everyone would get back to supporting local business we might have less people without a job.
I have supported the local business and they over charge, by at least 60 percent and that is too much, I do not want to pay their bills and their house payments, that is whats wrong with London, all the small business support the local owners and they have lived very well off of the poor, I know the mark up on the merchandise is just crazy.

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