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Thread: Fabic

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    Oh we all shop EVERYWHERE. In fact, truth be told, we all shop TOO MUCH EVERYWHERE. Fabric stores, quilt shops, Goodwill (be sure to put it in the dryer before you stash it), garage sales, friends stashes, enemies stashes... you get the idea. I love the FEEL of fabric but have bought on line and don't get to feel it until it is delivered. Just be sure it's 100% cotton I'm told so that's what I try to do.

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    I shop online mostly. There is no fabric stores near me.

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    I have done allright shopping online, as well as at JoAnns and Fabric Depot. I too am a bargain hunter (my usual mode), but I broke the bank this weekend at a LQS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara
    Do most of you go to the local fabic shop to get you suppies or do you order online? I'm new at quilting and so far I've been going to local stores and walmart. I've never ordered online.
    Thanks for the advice.
    If you are going to start shopping online, it is worth the time to have a pay pal account to keep your identity protected.

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    l like to see and feel what I'm buying. Have only bought collections online.

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    I usually buy notions from Joann's when I have coupons or they have a good sale. However, they don't carry everything, so sometimes I do order online, but look for free or cheap shipping, and I'm patient, I'll wait for that big sale.

    Diane

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    I've bought fabric on-line as well as at Walmart and fabric stores. The colors on line were very true and I was not disappointed. My sister also orders all the time on line and gets some great deals! Have fun!

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    Jo Ann's has some good produces but wait for a sale.
    Most good fabrics stores have most things you will need
    Welcome to a new quilter!!!

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