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    Power Poster Mariposa's Avatar
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    The laminated fabrics look interesting. I may have to try them out! Their prices are decent too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbud2 View Post
    I got my catalog yesterday and we also got 4 1/4 inches of rain at the same time. I had to hang the catalog up to dry and I haven't looked at it yet. Got the email today about the new 'saoked' collection. I hope the next collection isn't 'snowed in.'
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    I'm wondering how the laminated fabric would hold up for reusable grocery bags? Does anyone have any experience with this? Love the idea of laminated fabric!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbud2 View Post
    I got my catalog yesterday and we also got 4 1/4 inches of rain at the same time. I had to hang the catalog up to dry and I haven't looked at it yet. Got the email today about the new 'saoked' collection. I hope the next collection isn't 'snowed in.'
    LOL! I just got my catalog this week, too & want tons of stuff from it. I love the fall/winter batiks! They just have such cute stuff! And I think their 40% off books sale is still on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom View Post
    Yes, I was looking at the collection - especially the laminates. Spotted the free pattern for the toddlers rain coat and I MUST make it for my grand-daughter (she lives in England, it will come in handy!).

    Need to find out more about the laminates ... but I really want to make that raincoat!!!

    I also wish they came in brighter colors, pinks, yellows and oranges.
    Maybe if this collection sells well, they'll have other colors. I saw some someplace else the other day... Fabric.com maybe?
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    Thank you Jan. While I can't buy from them i got a couple of free quilt patterns.

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    Here is a link to a Sew It All show where they took a vinyl shower curtain and made it into a raincoat. I was thinking you could use the laminates the same way.

    http://www.sewitalltv.com/episodes/s...isode_210.html

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    making a dog raincoat for little YOYO....LOL,
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