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Topic: Anyone know if Joann's sells My Little Pony fabric?  (Read 1739 times)
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« Reply #10 on: May 01, 2008 06:37:53 AM »

Just for Random Informations' Sake:

Walmart doesn't stock fabrics quite the same way as regular fabric stores, only the basics are treated that way (gingham, solids- stuff they always have). All the novelty prints, trendy stuff, holiday prints, etc. are ordered once in humongous quantities. That massive order is distributed through the stores & when it's gone it's gone. So chances are your store only got one bolt & it went fast if you miss something that you hear others have. Bolts of print fabrics are only 15 yards, which isn't really much when you think about it. If someone decides to do curtains or a bedspread- that's nearly the whole bolt.

I worked at Walmart for a very brief period in college, I learned that by talking to the ladies who worked in the craft dept.
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« Reply #11 on: May 01, 2008 09:34:05 PM »

My walmart had it , Ive also seen it at hobby lobby.
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