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Thread: Great fabric at wonderful prices

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    I have read several posts about the high cost of quality fabric .. as well as posts about WalMart doing away with their fabric department.

    I wanted to share a great resource..

    www.thousandsofbolts.com

    This site has wonderful top quality quilt shop fabric like Benartex, Norcott, Moda and more at GREAT prices! I buy here often.

    Barb C


    http://www.thousandsofbolts.com/
    edited by Boo to include link

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    People are getting excited about this website, Barb. Thanks for sharing it. I'm in love with it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norah
    People are getting excited about this website, Barb. Thanks for sharing it. I'm in love with it myself.
    Glad you are liking it... I love it! All the fabric I have bought there is wonderful! Barb C

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    Checked out this site. It is great! Will have to order some. Thanks for sharing

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    Thanks for sharing this site Barb....they have some gorgeous fabrics!!!! :-)

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    Another great online site is fabricshack.com. I've ordered loads from there. Check out the sale-a-bration fabrics.For me it's the shipping costs that can add up and they'll fit 9 yards of fabric into the global priority envelopes. Other online companies will only fit 6 yards. I've also ordered from overrainbow.com and found them good too.
    Mel

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    We have a question. Does it make any difference if you teat material?Or should it be cut?

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    Sorry. I miss spelled tear.

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    Hi...I am by no means an expert but I myself would never tear fabric...I have found the fastest, easiest and most accurate way to cut it is with a rotary cutter and mat. Just be real careful because it is basically an extremely sharp razor blade. I have used my finger as a stop guard and it hurts!!! Thankfully, I was going slow so no stitches but I have a few good scars. :-) I am sure other more experienced quilters will be giving their input soon.
    Have a good night!

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