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Gift Certificate by Postal Mail

Gift Certificate by Postal Mail
US $Price varies depending on option selected.

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US$15.00

Give your favorite quilter the ultimate fabric selection!

Simply choose your certificate value, your Identity as "Anonymous" or "Show my Name", and optionally your Gift Message and Recipient's Name and Address. If you wish, we will print the name of the recipient, and your message on the gift certificate. Or, you can leave these fields blank, and have the gift certificate sent directly to you and fill them in yourself. Gift certificates (and unused portions) expire one year from the date of purchase. They must be redeemed through our Web site, http://www.eQuilter.com and are not redeemable for cash.

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