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Thread: Help finding fabric sources?

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    RatherB Quilting's Avatar
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    I am trying to find blenders fabric for a mariners compass quilt that I want to do for my Dad. I am struggling to find anything online. The only place I have found is keepsake quilting, but they only seem to offer it in fat quarters...I need yardage.
    Could anyone direct me to some sources for blenders fabric? Please? I only have until the end of July to finish this quilt!!
    Thanks so much everyone!

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    GOOD LUCK ON THIS !!

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    If you go to Stitch-n-Frame.com and look for the thumbnail that says'Fabric Blenders' that might be of help to you. Also there is a thumbnail for stripes and solids. They sell as little as 1/4 yard. Another site I like is Fabric Shack.com. I shop at these places frequently. The first is a little slower in shipping, but they have good prices.

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    Here are some good sites:

    http://www.equilter.com
    http://www.craftconn.com
    http://www.overrainbow.com
    I have ordered from all three and they are very reputable.

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    This place has TONS of fabric. I love when their catalog comes in the mail.

    www.hancocks-paducah.com

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    Have you tried fabric.com. I shop there quite a bit and they offer free shipping when you spend $35. I also use Christaquilts.com. Free shipping after $35, and a free gift when you spend 25.00. Good way to get free thread.

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    We sell blenders (including Moda Marbles for $6.50 / yard everyday). You can buy as little as a quarter-yard or as much yardage as you need.

    You can follow the link in the signature line below.

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    Go to www.quiltshops.com and click on Item Search. Then type in "blenders" and click on Thumbnails. Browse the 61 pages until you find what you like. If you have a specific color, type that into the item search as well, e.g. blenders blue.

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    fabshophop.com has a listing that is hugh from all over the country

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    Have you tried Marshall Dry Goods? I got some blenders through them at a very reasonable price.

    www.marshalldrygoods.com

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