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Old 01-29-2009, 03:40 PM   #14
steelemagnolia63
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I can only imagine the cost to buy any one of the items that makes up our regalia. Right now I have about 10 hours in making button holes for a French/Indian war mititary jacket for Jim's new regalia, the button holer part of my sewing machine took a hike and I am hand making 50 button holes. So I guess that if I was going to charge him to make it, the cost would be pretty dang expensive. I am not cheap!!!

Good grief, when you start listing the cost, even estimated since both of us make 95% of our regalia ourselves. You find out real fast where your "disposable" income has gone to...
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