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Back in the early nineties. Probably jewelry. I started watching because of Kathy Levine.

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I go back to 1989.  first purchase was a set of 8 path lites from craftsman.  sold by steve colontuno(sp) .  they worked great for 20yrs.  had to replace the blubs, they weren't solar.  

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1987 ..... Some kind of kitchen appliance. Loved watching Paul Kelley and Steve Colantuno back then.

 

 

 

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I've been with QVC about 30 years - back in the day when they had some kind of 'wheel' that they spun around and by chance, somehow, I won the delivery of flowers from QVC.  I don't remember much more about it than that - loved the flowers though.

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I'm a newbie, compared to many here.  Smiley Happy   I've been with QVC since 1999, I believe.

 

Oh man, back then they sold a lot of fine jewelry and that's where you'd find me.  Although ValueVision had the best fine jewelry and gems, I also bought my share at QVC as they really did have pretty good quality.  Kinda glad they just pretty much  only sell costume now, as I don't need any more jewelry.

 

I still have QVC clothing items from back in those years, many of which were actually made in the USA.

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@chickenbutt wrote:

I still have QVC clothing items from back in those years, many of which were actually made in the USA.


 

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Are you referring to the Fashion Formula clothing line?

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@chiclets wrote:

@chickenbutt wrote:

I still have QVC clothing items from back in those years, many of which were actually made in the USA.


 

@chickenbutt 

 

Are you referring to the Fashion Formula clothing line?


 

Yes!  That's definitely one of them.  I really liked their line.   I could be wrong, but I think I recall seeing some older D&C pieces that were also made in the USA.