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    Going to Marshall's Dry Goods

    My friend called me this morning wanting us to go to lunch together tomorrow. We were deciding where to eat and it ended up we are going to Marshall's to fabric shop and making it a day trip. Quilt friends are the best!
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    ​Oh boy, you will have to show us your treasures when you get back!

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    Who ever is driving, hope they have a large trunk! Enjoy! I was there once a few years ago. The prices are amazing!

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    Another friend decided to go, she needs a roll of batting. I think we can squish it down enough to get in the back of the Caddy. I guess I should take some bungee cords just in case. New Riley Blake fabric just came in there, @2.75 a yard on 10 -15 yard bolts. We will buy bolts of fabric and split each bolt three ways.
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    Can't wait till I get back to visit again. I went by plane next time I am driving.

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    Sounds wonderful, I am envious!

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    Where are they? I went to their website and saw all that fabric stacked up, checked their prices and almost had a fit of apoplexy! I want to go!!!

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    Lucky you, wish I lived close to Marshall's Dry Goods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelleoc View Post
    Where are they? I went to their website and saw all that fabric stacked up, checked their prices and almost had a fit of apoplexy! I want to go!!!
    They are located in Batesville, Arkansas. The store is really a "destination" for a quilter!
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    We had a great day! We ate at Josie's on the water outside on the upper deck. Marshall's just put out all the fabric too! I bought Paula Nadelstern fabric, Anna Griffin, Riley Blake and many more designer lines for $2. 99 - $3.99 a yard. Bolts of the fabric were $1.99 to $2.45 per bolt. We bought two rolls of Hobbs 80/20 batting for $110 each. I found backing fabric of Twinkle Bright that is on sale for $10.50 at the only online shop I could find it, at Marshall's for.....$3.99 a yard! Here is a pic of few of the fabrics I bought.

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    I bought a lot of blender and shirting fabrics.
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