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Thread: Kona Bay Fabrics

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    Kona Bay Fabrics

    Kona Bay has its new spring catalog out. Oh, such beautiful fabrics!

    http://issuu.com/konabayfabrics/docs...og_spring_2013
    "I keep my end tables full of needlework and quilting so I don't have to dust them." ~ Author Unknown but I agree!

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    Thank you for the link, the fabrics are gorgeous

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    OMG !!!!!!!! thank you for that......

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    Thanks I LOVE their fabrics and their tone on tones I think are the prettiest on the market, the pictures don't do them justice. I recently went to a shop with friends, no intentions on buying anything other than a pattern or two (had a gift certificate) and they had their line of what looks real similar to the tone on tone leaves. Yes I had to have a half yard of all sixteen.

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    These are so beautiful. Here we only have access to the solid colors at Hobby Lobby.

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    I had no idea that Kona made anything other than solids.....I have not seen any of their prints in my local quilt shops. Believe me, I will be on the prowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nana2madmax View Post
    I had no idea that Kona made anything other than solids.....I have not seen any of their prints in my local quilt shops. Believe me, I will be on the prowl.
    To clarify, the solid "Kona" fabrics by Robert Kaufman are entirely different from the beautiful prints by Kona Bay. Two different companies, each makes wonderful fabrics.
    "I keep my end tables full of needlework and quilting so I don't have to dust them." ~ Author Unknown but I agree!

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    It is totally unfair for any fabric company to pput out such gorgeous fabrics when I am trying to use up some of my stash. Now I will have to have some of those beauties to add more to use up. Just an endless battle

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    OMG Beautiful selection of fabric, unfortunately, I do not have a project to buy for and I'm doing well sticking to my goal of only purchasing fabric as needed... That being said, I'm almost done with 2 WIPs and then I'll be in the market for a new project...

    I've saved the catalog to "my favorites". Thanks for posting!

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    My absolute favorites start on page 48.

    This is worse that waving chocolate in front on someone on a diet! I also made a promise to myself to only buy to complete projects.

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