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Thread: I found Vera Bradley fabrics sold by the yard...

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    I found Vera Bradley fabrics sold by the yard...

    I just came across this site that sells Vera Bradley fabrics by the yard. But then I noticed it is in China. If it were in the USA I'd have ordered.

    http://sportingnow.com/index.php?rou...ory&path=60_20
    "In this age of information, ignorance is a choice".

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    I have purchased from them. Fabric is beautiful. I do try to buy American but I think this is now made in China. First time I ordered it took a month to ship. My second order only took about a week.
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    Everything is made in China anyway so might as well buy direct.

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    Is this authentic? I was just talking about Vera Bradley yardage with my friend over the weekend. Is there anyway to know that it is authentic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nygal View Post
    I just came across this site that sells Vera Bradley fabrics by the yard. But then I noticed it is in China. If it were in the USA I'd have ordered.

    http://sportingnow.com/index.php?rou...ory&path=60_20
    Unfortunately, I do believe most if not all fabric is "made" in China these days.....how about the batiks...these are done somewhere in the mideast or some third world island somewhere are they not??????

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    Btiks are typically made in Indonesia.

    Some q fabric is produced in Korea....better quality.

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    With all of the gorgeous quilting fabric in our local quilt shops WHY would anyone want to buy Vera Bradley fabric? Where is our "originality" ?

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    it doesn't say if its quilted either?
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    vera is beautiful fabric but becoming too commonplace. Must agree with Sandygirl BUT thanks for the info and link!!

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