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Thread: Mill End Textiles

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    Mill End Textiles

    They are located around the Minneapolis area. Has anyone been there? Wondering what they are like.

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    It takes a lot of patience to find the "good stuff" because there is so much fabric, but if a person is persistant and patient, there are bargains to be had. Sometimes I have respiratory problems in the store. piecefully, the old one

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    Depends on the one you go to, I've been to the one in Eden Prairie alot and it's a nice large facility, the one in Burnsville, It's ok but I would rather go to the other, some are very cluttered and small,
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    I go there whenever i need fabric. it is the closest source to me. but i almost never leave there without something i can use, even if it is not exactly what i want. each location has their own manager who can make or break the store. 'nough said.
    Nancy in western NY

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    Makes me homesick. Is SR Harris still open? Used to love that place, if I could find anything in it.
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    i'd like to hear about those kind of places in other states--esp PA! sounds like a great source for scraps!

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    There is nothing like that in my neck of the wood's.....GEESH!
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    I've been to the one in Eau Claire and the one in Rochester. They are great if you if you like Batiks and marbles like I do. I wait until I get one of their regular coupons for 60% off and buy what is left on a bolt. Was just there last week and got great marble for under $3 a yard!

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    Nothing like that here that I know of. Sounds good, though.
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    don't overlook the misprints. Some make great bindings.

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