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Thread: Does anyone know where to get charm packs of 1930s fabric?

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    Hi all.

    I'm working on a English paper pieced quilt using 1930s reproduction fabric but I am trying to have no repeats on my squares. I posted an ISO post in the Classifieds section of the board but I was also wondering if anyone knew of anyplace online that sold charm packs of these prints. I need so, so many prints but just need such a small amout of each one. I can't really even justify buying fat quarters to get what I need, there would be too much waste.

    I see so many beautiful reproduction prints out there but can't find very many in small amounts. Most of the charm packs that I find when I search are from Moda and they don't really have any reproduction lines at the moment. I'd love to find a charm pack with the 30s fabric from Windham, Blue Hill, or RJR.

    Any help at all would be appreciated. Cheers.

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    I will surf and see what I can find

    1. 1930's charm packs
    http://www.twiddletails.com/store/in...1dqbi62screls4

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    connecting threads has a 30 repro selection,

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    Keepsake Quilting used to and I assume still does

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    I got mine at Connecting threads. I like charm packs because you get a big selection of fabrics and no waste.

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    http://www.charmpacksplus.com
    She is a member of the board. See what she has:)

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    I would make sure the seller has good feedback. I have bought some that were not cut even, about 1/4 inch short on some ends. Good luck

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    This would give you more than you're looking for, but a good way to get an assortment (and who doesn't love scraps? ;) )

    http://cgi.ebay.com/37-DIFF-1930S-1-...#ht_500wt_1156

    I bought from them based on recommendations from other QB members, and was very pleased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabaddict
    Keepsake Quilting used to and I assume still does
    This would be my suggestion also.... I know KQ carries a lots of the '30's prints. Good Luck

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    Keepsake quilting has them and there is no shipping 6/16 thru 6/19

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