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Thread: Civil War fabrics... Where do you shop for them?

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    Super Member BluegrassGurl's Avatar
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    This is my favorite local shop that has tons of choices at reasonable prices: http://www.whittlesfabrics.com.

    I have not ordered on-line but have been to the store several times. Very friendly service.

    Good luck!

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    Lots of sellers on ebay. I've bought from some who have Jo Morton and Judy Rothermel(Sp?) Often has been around $5. It might not be their latest fabric lines but that doesn't bother me.

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    Another Texas quilt shop- not cheap but great fabrics.

    www.commonthreadsquilting.com

    "The U.S. Civil War era is our prime focus, but we also carry a number of lines in 1930's and turn-of-the-century reproduction fabrics. In addition to carrying the fabrics for making reproduction quilts of these eras, we also carry kits and patterns."

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    Hey, Crafttown Fabics has lots of Civil Was fabric.
    Homefront,Chroncilies, Tribute. Etc.
    Here is the website. They ship the cheapest price for customers and in good shape.

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    Try Stitch-N-Frame.com. They have some great cilvil war fabrics and some great prices. Sign up for their Thursday specials and the prices are even better.

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    The Hayloft Fabrics in Morgantown, PA, great prices and online too, have a large selection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda B
    Try Stitch-N-Frame.com. They have some great cilvil war fabrics and some great prices. Sign up for their Thursday specials and the prices are even better.
    Thanks a bunch, will do! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    So far, I have to agree for both prices and fabric available. Thanks so much! :thumbup:

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    I have some on sale on my site for just $4.99/yd.

    http://www.andicraftsquilting.com/sh...tion-Items.htm

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