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Thread: NEW search engine sight for fabric!

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    Check out this website...it is still in BETA, but it is really neat.
    I searched for things I love like Hoffman watercolor 1895 and it brought up several sights that sell it. Found out the cheapest was at Patsy Thompson's sight for only $7.11 a yd.

    http://www.findmyfabric.com/

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    Thanks!

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    thank you

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    Thanks!!!!

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    :thumbup: ~ Thanx!

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    Very useful. Thanks.

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    Thanks Jacquie, never heard of it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryel
    Thanks Jacquie, never heard of it before.
    I found it by accident..searching for a missing fabric...looks like it could be come useful...BUT then again if you are looking for a certain fabric, I always use missingfabric.com or quiltshops.com

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