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    I was surfing last night .CT has some very nice fabric on sale Half price. I bought the whole line for about $60. very good buy. Check it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by granma1
    I was surfing last night .CT has some very nice fabric on sale Half price. I bought the whole line for about $60. very good buy. Check it out
    Just ordered thread and fab from there Sat. nite.
    My quilting machine loves their thread.

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    So, for that price did you buy whole yards or other measurements?

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    I have never ordered fabric from CT, is it a nice quality?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claddaughquilting
    I have never ordered fabric from CT, is it a nice quality?
    YES!

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    I absolutely love the quality of the fabric at CT. I was skeptical at first because I like to see and feel fabric. But I haven't been disappointed at all. And their fat quarters are bigger than 18 by 22... and cheaper! I really have a problem with small sized fat quarters. I do not make return trips to shops who sell me a small fat quarter.

    When I started buying from CT, I figured I couldn't go wrong at those prices. And now I buy charm packs and strips as well as yardage. I'm not a skeptic anymore.

    Melody

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    I bought whole yards.

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    Great! because they do have excellent prices! I will give them a try, thanks!

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    Love their fabrics - quality, feel and price at all wonderful. If you like to use precuts, CT is the place. There is no charge for cutting. I hate when I fall in love with a line and a jelly roll is almost $40. Not so at CT. You only pay for what the combined yardage is that you are getting. Simply fabulous.

    I have bought a lot of their fabrics on clearance and have always been overjoyed with what I have received. I even purchased some of their 'seconds' that they have on occassion.

    My most recent purchase was two pieces of their seconds that go along beautifully with the Civil War-esq fabrics that I am gathering for a new project. I have not been able to find the printing error that they mention but I figured since it is going to be used for basically backgrounds that the misprints would not be noticable - if I can even find them.

    And the price was great - $2.46/yd. And there same great weight, feel and drape.

    BTW I also love their thread. I have had no problems with their threads in any of my machines, even when they are being tempermental. And they have colors that are dyed with the same dyes as their fabrics so always a perfect match.

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    So incase anyone is interested, I see they are carrying TrueCut Rulers and cutters along with the sharpener...wow, I wish I had known this before, cause I just bought the 6x24 ruler and the TrueCut my comfort cutter for a whole lot more than what CT is selling for :( . I like it very much...the cutter goes over a lip so there is no chance that you will veer away from the ruler when cutting...it really works...but you must remember to put those dots under your ruler, so the ruler doesn't move....If you haven't tried this unit, I would recommmend them...they are made by the GraceCompany.....I'm going to order the TureCut Power Sharpener...seen it in action at my LQS and it is slick.....but my LQS wants way more than CT.....so buying it at CT.... :-) BTW it sharpens all blades

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