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No Fabric Pledge Update

{To check out the original post, go here.}

So far, so good {of course I haven’t been going to town either, LOL}.  I have not purchased any, zip, nada fabric so far this month.  Even the deals at Stitch Steals have not corrupted me!  And that has been a near thing! 
 
Did you see this new fabric line from Moda?????

I am in love, but I can wait.  Can’t I?

Okay, now here is the real reason for this post…  Mr. SD has been working on a toddler bed for MS. Diva.  We are using my crib from however-many-years ago to create a daybed type toddler bed with a full railing since Ms. Diva is an ‘active’ sleeper.  Even when I check on her every two hours {depending on Ms. T} she is always in a different corner of the crib.  So… full rails to help her not fall out is a very good idea.

Anyways, back to my dilemma~ Mr. SD would like me to use fabric to cover the bottom rectangle of the bed.  If I ‘had’ to buy fabric {I really think upholstery weight fabric would be a good choice for this type of application} does it void my No Fabric in April Pledge?
What do you think?  Does it void the pledge?  What if it is less than $3 a yard for some really cute home décor fabric?

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  1. I think that since it's something that you specifically need, as opposed to buying because you like it, that it shouldn't void your pledge! If it makes you feel better...pick it out and have Mr. SD buy and pay for it. =) Then you're not guilty at all.

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