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Topic: being a bit specific... looking for novelty print knit fabrics  (Read 1755 times)
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« on: October 09, 2008 09:13:42 AM »

Exactly that. Think colored leopard prints, cherries, stripes, skulls, plaid, etc. But they have to be stretchy knitted fabrics (like t-shirt material)!

I've found some US- and ebay-shops selling cute fabric, but the shipping costs (if they even ship here) are sky-high. So I'm looking to buy a bit closer to home. An actual shop (I know about the markets!) preferably somewhere in the Netherlands or Belgium (I live in the south of NL but travel around quite a bit so that wouldn't have to be a problem), or maybe an online shop based somewhere in Europe.

Hope to get some tips on this... Thanks in advance!


PS. I'm new here, nice to meet you guys! Loving this website & hope to post about some of my projects soon!
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« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2008 08:26:12 AM »

i get most of my fabric from "Het Stoffenpaleis" in Hasselt (belgian Limburg). they have some knit fabrics. i once bought a colourful flower knit fabric in discount. "'t Wolwinkeltje" in Leuven has nice printed fabric, but i'm not sure if they have knit fabrics too.
do you know this event: http://stoffenspektakel.nl/ ? it's in belgium, netherlands and other countries. they have lots of fabric stalls.
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