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« Reply #300 on: March 17, 2009 10:37:45 AM »

Hi, I have been lurking around here alot and have gotten great ideas. I just ordered some fabric from www.bearpawquilting.com they have some great fabric online. I ordered among other stuff a black print that has those girls that truckers stick on there mud flaps. I am going to make welding caps from it. I don't know yet how good they are. but will let you know when I get my stuff.
« Reply #301 on: March 18, 2009 10:33:23 AM »

Hi guys!

  I just wanted to invite you to join my fabric co-op. You can buy designer fabrics at my whole cost. I'm not making a profit or anything!

If you'd like to join us the web address is


We have a FreeSpirit order ending next week. We're getting Tina Givens, Amy Butler and Tonya Wylan just to name a few!

« Reply #302 on: March 21, 2009 10:26:50 AM »

Hi again,
I ordered some fabric from www.bearpawquilting.com on the 15th and it came in the mail on the 19th. Wow, that was way faster than joann's. The fabric is good quality also. Just thought I would let you know.
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« Reply #303 on: March 26, 2009 09:56:57 AM »

I'd like to add my own shop to the list:  http://www.stitchsimple.com.  I carry many major brands and designers and everything is prewashed.  We also sell precut squares, rectangles and kits.  If nothing else, I think everyone will like to play around on our quilt kit preview page (it lets you see what your finished quilt will look like before you by a kit).

I certainly welcome and feedback from everyone too.  I'm a small shop that opened it's doors less than a year ago and what has helped me grow so far is getting candid feedback from customers.  So my ears are open!
« Reply #304 on: March 29, 2009 03:23:56 PM »

So I went through this entire thread and looked at just about all of the sites, and I think I found one fabric that's close to what I'm looking for.  I'm looking for a red and black paisley print in a dress fabric like charmeuse.  Any suggestions as to where I should look? Thanks!
« Reply #305 on: April 04, 2009 11:12:42 AM »

Well I have bought at several online shops but my two favorites are fabric.com and fabricdepot.com.
« Reply #306 on: April 17, 2009 09:33:58 AM »


I'm new to this site and love the discussion.  I'd like to share some of my favorite sites for fabric.

 www.patontheback.net  Pat just notifed her customers that there is a sale on Michael Miller fabrics coming up.  Don't know if it everywhere or just through her.  She really goes the extra mile for her customers and will search out fabric. 

www.fabric.com   I receive a daily notice of their specials.  They have a wide variety of fabric and I've been happy with everything.

janesfabrics  can be found on ebay.  She seems to sell only on ebay & I've found some great deals on Michael Miller fabric there.

www.jandofabrics.com   is another great source I've used.  I've ordered clear vinyl and batting through them.  I love that it arrives on a long tube not folded and crinkled so use is impossible.

www.mybluebamboo.com  has a great supply of asian and batiks.  Wonderful selection and they also have great sales.

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« Reply #307 on: April 18, 2009 11:21:35 AM »

http://www.thousandsofbolts.com has UNBELIEVABLE prices.  I'm talking less than $4 a yard for michael miller prints.  Under $4 a yard for just about everything, in fact.   The highest price I saw was $5something for a Kaufman batik print. 

The organization leaves a lot to be desired- it's by color, I'd prefer by theme or designer and collection.  But the prices are insane.  And if you find a specific print elsewhere you like it is worth crosschecking the search on there for it.  I did and saved myself about $50 on a big order.    Kona solids are only $4.35.  My last order arrived in less than a week total.

Definitely worth checking out for any quilters, or anyone who likes using quilting cottons (I love using novelty prints in my corsets and for sundresses, personally).

I know it may be listed already, but I also like J&O for solids. 
Their solid broadcloth is only $2.98 a yard for the 45".  I don't think I've seen cheaper anywhere, including ebay.  They also have good prices on wider widths.  Lots of trims for under $2 a yard, too.  My last order from them arrived in just days.

« Reply #308 on: April 26, 2009 09:59:22 PM »

Just visited www.thousandsofbolts.com  Thanks for the info on this site.   I ordered 8 fabrics!
« Reply #309 on: April 29, 2009 04:38:57 AM »

I have been looking for modern printed nylon fabric, like the kind you make windbreakers and kites from. It does not have to be ripstop, but if it is that's fine, too. I've found plenty of solids, but no prints. Anyone have any links/sources they can provide? TIA!

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