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Thread: Molly Goes To Paris

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    Hi - My name is Judy and I live in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. I am looking for a retail store that carries Camelot Cotton's Molly Goes To Paris. The Quilters World Magazine had a quilt made with this fabric and having a six year old granddaughter named Molly, I just HAVE to make it.

    I have e-mailed Camelot Cottons twice - no response.
    I have e-mailed Quilters World and was referred to the Camelot site.

    I don't know where to go from here!

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    Ruthann,

    Do a Google search and you will find several suppliers.

    Suzanne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juthann
    Hi - My name is Judy and I live in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.
    I have no idea about your fabric but... I am suitably jealous. Green Chiles, New Mexican food, did I mention Green Chiles? ...

    Yep. I am truly envious. I spent a fair amount of time in the mid 90's over at the Intel plant, ate a lot of good food, met a lot of good Green Chiles, I mean good people.


    tim (suffering with imitation green chiles) in san jose

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    Here's one place that came up with "Molly Goes to Paris" fabric:
    http://www.fabricattic.com/nostalgi.htm

    Good luck!

    sue

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    Tim, I can't believe you can't get good Mexican food in San Jose, CA... :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltmaker101
    Tim, I can't believe you can't get good Mexican food in San Jose, CA... :wink:
    As any New Mexican knows... it's not the same thing. Mexicans have very different ideas on what to do with green chiles.

    Ah for some Joe Parkers, roasting on the grill to get the skin off, a loverly green chile sauce in the making on the stove, something with a ton of cheese waiting to get smothered by it...


    tim drooling in san jose

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    Wow, Tim. You're making me hungry.
    I'm guessing with your warm climate, you could have the real thing all year long?
    Why not plant a few pepper plants in the yard or in some pots? Use potting soil, and you won't even have to worry about weeds.
    That's where I planted my garden this year...on the porch in pots and tubs. :D
    THe cucumbers have their bloomers on, but the squash don't. Most ppl already have veggies, but mine were a little late getting in the dirt this year.

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    Judy~ the first web site has some Molly Goes To Paris...scroll down to the bottom...

    http://www.fabricattic.com/nostalgi.htm


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    I was looking at this site, a good place to look for that odd bit of fabric. You should post it under resources.

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    That fabric is so cute! Hope you let us see what design you plan to use it with.

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