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Thread: The Calico Spice Shop - Nice Little Web Site

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    Community Manager PatriceJ's Avatar
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    The selection is small but interesting. Good descriptions. By-the-Yard and not on sale prices were $6.99 or below. The best FQ prices I've seen anywhere so far. I ordered a nice little pile of crib size cheater panels (great for backing) and FQs for a little over $20 - including shipping.

    they also have tools, etc for quilting and other crafts

    I'm not sure but I think they might sell their fabrics in pre-cut yard pieces. If you want to buy by the yard, i'd check first to find out.

    http://www.calicospiceshop.com/index.cfm

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    Patrice, nice website. They have alot of quilting stencils. I don't actually buy them. I save the picture of the ones I like and then make my own. Is that cheating. I don't care really. They have alot of embroidery there. Some of their patterns could be converted to quilting stiches. Thanks I really like this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbie Murry
    Patrice, nice website. They have alot of quilting stencils. I don't actually buy them. I save the picture of the ones I like and then make my own. Is that cheating. I don't care really. They have alot of embroidery there. Some of their patterns could be converted to quilting stiches. Thanks I really like this one.
    I don't think it's cheating as long as it's one of those outlines that's been in common use for a bazillion years. If it looks original, then yeah ... might-be-to-probably cheating.

    have i ever (completely by accident, mind you. ahem)? ask me no questions ... i'll tell you no lies. 8)

    here are some i found for free
    http://www.patchpieces.com/2001quiltingBOM.html

    http://quiltmaker.com/motifs/ (this is the FIRST place I check when I need something "new")

    quilting outlines are a bit harder to find for free, but they're out there.

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    A really nice spot, even on a budget I can afford it. I like the floral prints, and the nice choices in red.......thanks :thumbup:

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