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« Reply #60 on: June 29, 2004 08:10:04 PM »

www.reprodepot.com    WAY cool.

yes yes YES.

and i heart equilter. i actually received something i ordered from them today, with a note included thanking me for the order. there was a shiny rainbow sticker on it. stickers are all it takes to win me over.
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« Reply #61 on: July 10, 2004 02:00:21 PM »

Hi Ladies...the website for The Cotton Shop is www.thecottonshop.net...VERY cool shop.

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I also love equilter, but here are some more!

The Cotton Shop: www.cottonshop.net
Virginia Quilter: www.virginiaquilter.com
Warehouse Fabrics: www.warehousefabricsinc.com
Wazoodle: www.wazoodle.com (I like the name more than the fabrics!)
Robey Fabrics: www.robeyfabrics.com (I get my toile here for much less)

I have some other suppliers that I'll list later!
Carrie
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« Reply #62 on: July 10, 2004 02:09:56 PM »

Hello!

      We wanted to take this opportunity to give our shop a shameless plug. At www.thecottonshop.net we specialize in funky, unique conversationals by Michael Miller, Alexander Henry and many others as well as many Amy Butler fabrics by Free Spirit. Modern, retro, kids...you'll find it here. Take a peek!

The Cotton Shop
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« Reply #63 on: July 19, 2004 09:43:04 AM »

I recommend Born to Quilt for cottons. They have better sales than equilter, although I love them too!
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« Reply #64 on: July 25, 2004 10:45:27 PM »

SewZanne's Fabrics
http://www.sewzannesfabrics.com/

ROCKS!  great service, fun contests wonderful products and fabrics

 Grin
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egret
« Reply #65 on: August 04, 2004 06:41:35 AM »

Has anyone bought fabric online?  If so, were you pleased with the quality of what you bought?  I'm trying to find fabrics that are more unusual than what I can find at the local fabric store, which is very conservative, indeed, but also wonder if what I find online will be of good quality.  I hate to spend good money for crummy fabric.

Any help will be tremendously appreciated.

Thanks.

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Lavender Rose
« Reply #66 on: August 04, 2004 02:45:32 PM »

I buy lots of fabric on line.  What kind are you looking for.

Here are some good sources:

www.equilter.com  (quilting, fashion fabric, home dec)
www.keepsake quilting.com (all kinds but emphasis is on heirloom)
www.sewingstudio.com  (fashion fabric)
www.emmaonesock.com  (trendy fashion fabric)
www.vogue fabrics (fashion fabric)


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« Reply #67 on: August 04, 2004 08:15:23 PM »

hi there,

just wanted to add another suggestion:

http://www.contemporarycloth.com/

i've never actually ordered anything from here, but i've yearned aplenty.  they carry a lot of the same stuff you can find at reprodepot, but they've also got some nice vintage fabric and good sales.

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« Reply #68 on: August 04, 2004 08:46:13 PM »

hi there,

just wanted to add another suggestion:

http://www.contemporarycloth.com/


Wow, thanks for the link.  The have some wonderful looking stuff, especially the 50s & glamour girl selection!
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egret
« Reply #69 on: August 05, 2004 06:00:40 AM »

I'm looking for cotton knits, linen, and line/cotton blends in other than pastels.  I live in central Virginia, the home of pink and green.  My local JoAnne Fabrics caters to majority, who love the preppy look. 

Thanks, Lavender.  I appreciate the websites, and will check them out carefully.
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