March 4, 2010
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In case you didn’t get the eNewsletter:
We fought it as long as we could. When the cost of printing envelopes doubled, we found a new way to package that kept costs down. When instruction booklet printing went up, we decided to raise the price of ePatterns to help offset the higher cost of printed patterns.
But the final straw of inflation just broke the camel’s back when our printer had to drastically raise the price of our pattern sheets. We hate to admit we’re beaten, but inflation has finally got us in its clutches, and the retail price of my printed patterns must go up accordingly.
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