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Thread: NHL Toronto Maple Leafs quilting fabric

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    Smile NHL Toronto Maple Leafs quilting fabric

    I am hoping someone on the QB can help me with finding some quilting fabric with the Toronto Maple Leafs logo on it. I would even buy sheets (if necessary). I have tried Amazon, eBay etc. with no luck. Sears in their catalogue list a set of comforter & sheets but the sheets are not specifically Tor. Maple Leafs. The comforter is but the sheets are more generic with all the teams logos on them. Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
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    Have you tried to call your local fabric store or fabric stores in Toronto? Sometimes it is better to local locally for something that is location specific.

    Years ago I was looking for a specific fabric and my local quilt store was able to bring in a bolt for me. I did have to buy the whole bolt (about 8 metres), but I was making curtains so that was not a problem.
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    Hi C, I made a TO Maple quilt quilt for my son-in-law a couple yrs ago....only fabric I found was flannel...so I made a rag quilt.....I bought the fabric in New Liskeard at the Quilting Barn but don `t know if thy still have any...maybe you could give them a call and ask....
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    had to fussy cut

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntannette View Post
    Hi C, I made a TO Maple quilt quilt for my son-in-law a couple yrs ago....only fabric I found was flannel...so I made a rag quilt.....I bought the fabric in New Liskeard at the Quilting Barn but don `t know if thy still have any...maybe you could give them a call and ask....
    Hi A, Tried Fabricland here but no luck & Lori's Sewing & also no luck. Never thought about the Quilting Barn in NL.
    Will give them a call tomorrow (Tues.) when everything reopens after the Labour Day week end. Tks.
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    I did find some quilt blocks on eBay, but by the time I pay $7.50 for each one + the cost of shipping & handling, it makes for a very expensive quilt. Wouldn't mind paying that for sheets but not $7.50/block + S/H + duty + taxes.
    Tks for looking though. I did try the pronto site & they had nothing just kept leading me to another site, then another site.
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    Hi C....am going to Brampton is middle of September so if you can`t find any I can always look for you while I`m there....if I find some I can always e-mail you
    Quote Originally Posted by callen View Post
    Hi A, Tried Fabricland here but no luck & Lori's Sewing & also no luck. Never thought about the Quilting Barn in NL.
    Will give them a call tomorrow (Tues.) when everything reopens after the Labour Day week end. Tks.

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    How soon do you need them? I will be going to the Sewing show and can check out there, as well as to other not so local Quilt stores. I would suggest you email Sue at Quilters Cupboard in Uxbridge as I am not sure if she has some or not in their kids section. I would also suggest a call or email to Lens Mills. with locations in may places (Brantford is the one that I try to go to when visiting my mom) I also noticed a quilt store in Kinmount last week when we were there for the cottage. Can't remember the name off hand, but maybe she would have something. Also QS,s in Huntsville and Bracebridge. I thought someone said there was a QS in North Bay, but I must have missed it when I was there in July. hope these leads help. Patti

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    oh you don't want the sheets from Sears. horrible quality on any of the licensing brand sheets. They have to pay so much for the logos to print them, they put them on really horrible count sheets.

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