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Perhaps you have already heard the news that Google Reader will no longer exist.
I know, what a drag! We all just learned how to use Google Reader to follow the Fabric Mart blog and now it's up and leaving! Can you believe the nerve!?
 
We don't want you to miss a thing so if you follow the Fabric Mart blog on Google Reader you will need to now follow us on Bloglovin' or your chosen blog reader. Google Reader will be ending soon, so don't delay! If you have yet to follow our blog on a reader, now is the time! For your convenience of switching over and becoming a follower, you can click the 'Follow this blog on Bloglovin' button on our right hand column.
 
Bloglovin is pretty nice!
If you are one of those people that like to journey blog to blog, this is perfect for you!
You can navigate with the arrows that appear on the top of your page to go site to site.
No need to save your favorite blogs in your bookmarks.
Bloglovin allows you to easily view your favorites and even keeps track of what you have and have not read.
 
Let's make the switch!


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