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Thread: Bolts

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    Super Member sylvia77's Avatar
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    Bolts

    Where's the best place online to get 108" cotton muslin by the bolt?

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    I just got some from Wallmart and they can order (online with delivery to the store or your home) or through the store directly. It was $7.99 yd.

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    Have you checked Connecting Threads?

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    I ended up ordering from Vogue fabrics but thanks for your suggestions! It was $6.40 a yd and that's not bad since it's 108" in width.
    Last edited by sylvia77; 03-03-2013 at 02:59 PM.

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    I just placed an order for 108 inch wide backing from Thousands of Bolts. They had muslin in the wide backing but I am not sure of the exact cost or manufacturer. I bought 3 yards of pink tone-on-tone for $9.95 a yard and shipping was only $6.95. It will be sent out priority mail.
    Sherri

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    You could try Marshall's Dry Goods.
    I don't want to brag but I can still fit into the earrings I wore in high school.

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    Nobody's mentioned Dharma Trading Company. I buy a lot from them!

    - Might only have PDF (prepared for dye) but it isn't going to hurt anything. Just means it hasn't got chemicals all over it!
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