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Thread: Finding fabrics that were released a couple of years ago.

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    Finding fabrics that were released a couple of years ago.

    It always happens - I will be searching online for fabric, patterns, etc - then I will come across a fabric collection that I would love to have - when I start searching for it - I find out that it came out almost 3 or 4
    yrs ago.

    Right now my obsession is Sandy Gervais collection "Nautical and Nice" - Does anyone know where I may find a fat quarter bundle or pre-cuts? Even yardage if they had a variety.

    This isn't necessary - I just saw it and thought it would be really cute for a quilt - but there isn't much of it available anymore.

    I think this is the reason why I hoard my fabric - because if a new line or collection comes out - you really have to get it while you can - or else you will miss out completely. Seems like the fabric companies really know how to keep us spending $$$$.
    So if anyone knows where there might be some "Nautical and Nice" - let me know.

    Thanks. Otis

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    I really don't know other than ebay. This will give you something to look for for fun anyway since you just don't have to have it right now. Good luck in your looking.
    Sewbeadit
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    Try the three main fabric search engines.
    http://www.quiltshops.com/index.html
    http://webstore.quiltropolis.net/
    http://www.fabshophop.com/fabsearch.asp

    There are some at all three, with the widest selection at the first one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    Try the three main fabric search engines.
    http://www.quiltshops.com/index.html
    http://webstore.quiltropolis.net/
    http://www.fabshophop.com/fabsearch.asp

    There are some at all three, with the widest selection at the first one.
    Wow, it worked - I love the QB - we find answers - thank you.

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