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Thread: Went to Marshall's Dry Goods!

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    Went to Marshall's Dry Goods!

    Hoffman batiks for $3.95 a yard by the bolt. The reps were filling flats with quilt shop orders to be shipped out. It was batik heaven. My four friends and I each bought two bolts of 15 yards. We shared and each got 3 yards of each different bolt. I also bought a bolt each of black, cream, and white Dream Cotton for $2.49 a yard. We don't share that. Too inexpensive not to keep the bolt. I like Dream cotton better then Kona.
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    ​Sounds wonderful, congratulations!

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    Glad to hear your comment on Drean Cotton. Is the weight about the same as Kona? Have been disapoointed in JoAnns Kona fabric. Seems to be getting thinner!!

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    I've used their Dream Cotton, I agree it's much better than Kona.

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    sounds like a great visit
    Nancy in western NY
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    What a sale! Congratulations
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    how lucky you got to be there.....not the same as on line shopping

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    I can feel confident ordering the fabric I know what it is after seeing it in person. Of course any of the name brand fabric is excellent.
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    Wow! That's fantastic! Just googled that store. It looks so neat!!!!
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    Wow.. checked out the Marshalls website. They have really good prices! What about the quality?

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