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Thread: E-bay material

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    While the drier was running, I was looking around and I found these. 100 - 4" squares = 5.99
    150 - 4" squares = 8.99
    200 - 2x4" strips = 3.00
    Plus shipping.
    Is this a good deal? They are a variety of colors and patterns. I think would be good for charity quilts. What do you think?
    Rita

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    I have purchased a LOT of these, I love the variety of colors I get from them :D:D:D

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    I have bought quite a lot of fabric from different Ebay sellers and have been quite pleased for the most part. Does the seller have good feedback? The price seems good. Most 5 inch charms packs are now $9.00 and up, and you only get around 42.

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    I have ordered a few from ebay sellers.. and so far ahve been happy with quality and variations of fabric...... saves alot of time cutting....

    I always ck for reviews/feed back ratings.....

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    Those prices sound reasonable. I've bought a lot of charm squares from ebay and have been pleased with the variety and quality of fabric. I actually collected enough charms that I've made three tops and have enough for two more. It's a good way to get a variety of fabrics. I've also found some sellers who offer sets of specific colors - blues, yellows, purples, etc. Just be sure to check out the feedback of your sellers and don't forget to add the shipping to the total price.

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    I did get burned once, but used it anyway for charity quilts--ad said 100% cotton, but it was denim and blend scrub fabrics. And feedback was 95% positive! Got 300-4" squares for $10 plus shipping

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