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Topic: Irish Setter and Dale Earnhardt Sr. Fabrics, Help!  (Read 1084 times)
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« on: December 31, 2008 07:07:06 PM »

Hey everyone!  I have been lurking on Craftster for a while now and I know that all of you are great with the random questions that people post.  Therefore I have decided to come to you all with this:  My mom and aunt have been asked to make a quilt for a family friend with Irish Setter (the dog also known as a Red Setter) fabric on one side and Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jr. (NASCAR race drivers) fabric on the other.  Now the Dale Jr. fabric isn't too hard to find so they are set there but Dale Sr. has become more difficult.  Irish setter fabric is basically impossible to find and we are all beginning to doubt it's existence.  Cry  That's where all of you come in!  Does anyone know where we can find Dale Sr and Irish setter fabrics?  Especially Irish Setter fabric...of course if there's a bargain place for this stuff even better!   Wink  So please, if you have any clue where to find these fabrics leave a post!  Thank you all so much and Happy New Year!   Grin

P.S. I hope that this is in the correct topic/place if not please move it!  Thanks!  ^^
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« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2009 08:49:12 AM »

Take a look at www.hotdiggitydog.com/IrishSet.htm.  They actually have two choices for Irish Setters - a bit pricey but definitely breed correct!
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« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2009 05:44:09 PM »

Thank you VERY much!!  That is helpful and we shall have to see if it works out!  *fingers crossed* Grin
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