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Thread: Kit help please

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    Kit help please

    I'm looking for a quilt kit that has purple, greens, and blues in it. I want a kit as I don't have the time right now to run out and shop. I thought if I could get a kit then I can start when I get a chance.

    I've looked at Fat Qtr Shop, Keepsake Quilting, and Batiks Etcetera.

    Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

    TIA

    ***Edited to add - - please no appliqué. I have never been able to successfully do that!
    Last edited by gingerd; 02-11-2013 at 03:29 PM.
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    Did you try Stitchin Heaven in Tx? I've gotten kits from them and they are always great.

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    I have a wonderful LQS in my town. I told the owner I wanted to make a certain quilt, but didn't like the colors in the kit she was selling. She put together a kit in the colors I like. Maybe this is an option for you, if you have a good LQS. It can't hurt to ask!

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    Did you try here: http://www.quiltkits.com/category/all/?m=leftnav_all

    Keepsake Quilting also has gorgeous kits!

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    I just finished looking at Hancock's. I'm disappointed at how many of the ones I like are out of stock. Does anyone know how long it takes for them to restock?

    I'm off to check the other links you have shared. Thanks so much for the help.

    I like keepsake too. I'm hoping their Spring catalog comes out soon and maybe there will be some brighter quilts in it.
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    Also check connecting threads.

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    Try Fons & Porter. They have great quilt kits.
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    You can usually find decent kits on ebay,
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