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Thread: Which is the best site for quilt kits?

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    Senior Member littlebitoheaven's Avatar
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    Which is the best site for quilt kits?

    Need your input on where to buy great quilt kits.

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    I like Keepsake Quilting, but they are expensive.

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    I have purchased from Connecting Threads and have been pleased with them.
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    Quilt Kits Online, without a doubt. The owners are members here (QKO) and always bring their unique perspective to any discussion. Great customer service. http://www.quilt-kits-online.com/
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    I have only bought one, from connecting threads, lots of extra amount of fabrics.
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    Without a doubt, Homestead Hearth. Each piece of material is labeled clearly. My precuts included in some of the little kits were well cut and organized with labels on each stack. Almost impossible to mix them up. Lots of extra fabric. In fact, I am frugal with cuts and made another 25 X 36 quilt with tiny log cabins and houses from the extras of one kit.

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    I am thinking connecting threads was the best kits I have bought too. They include enough fabric with some left over for some other little project. (or re-cuts if you goof up in a small way)
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    I just came across this store: http://www.the-sampler.com/ they have a few on a really good sale (depends on what you are looking for). another place that has a lot is http://www.mybluebamboo.com/ they also run some good sales and if you get on their mailing list, then you can get their emails for current sales.

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    I agree that Homestead Hearth kits are great!

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