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Thread: Okay Gals I Need HELP!!!!

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    Okay Gals I Need HELP!!!!

    I really need to find Detroit Red Wings Fabric For A New Grandbaby. Been looking for hours!!!! No luck!!! Thanks,Sue
    You know if your a quilter when you cleanup your sewing room and your family thinks your moving out!! Author U/K Sue

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    Sorry, but you're not going to find it in cotton I believe it does come in fleece - check at Jo-Ann Fabrics or Hancock Fabrics or just Google "Red Wing fabric". The other thing you could do is look in the men's section for sleeping pajamas made out of Red Wings fabric and cut it up for a quilt. Good luck!

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    Here's what I just learned about cotton sports fabrics. It comes into the local shops just before/during the season (football can be found in early fall, for example). When it is sold out, it's just gone. I tried to get some Seahawk fabric and found what I wanted on line. They sent a substitution Seahawk fabric and was told I should be happy to have received that. The fleece is easy to find all year, but the cotton is a problem.
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    I do not believe that the NHL authorizes any yardage in cotton at any time of the year. You can find it in fleece, as sandyms mentioned, but I finally found some sheets (at salvation army) and my girlfriend found some flannel pajamas that she purchased and cut up.
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    Paper Princess is correct. The NLH does not license their logos on fabric (cotton or fleece). Pottery Barn has a line of sheets with the NHL logos. If you applique, you could probably create something based on the logo. I've thought about doing that for the Carolina Hurricanes.

    Cheers, K

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    you may just have to print out the red wings emblem on fabric paper.
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    Check out bearpawsquilting.com. They have just about all the sports fabrics!
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    Thankyou all for your help.I will either print my own or order emb.logo. Shetts are a great idea!!!!!
    You know if your a quilter when you cleanup your sewing room and your family thinks your moving out!! Author U/K Sue

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    I am not sure if this will help you, but what about using spoonflower.com and having them print your fabric. I don't know if they would have issues since it is a licensed logo and all that but since you aren't selling it you might be ok! Let me know if that works!

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    You might check Feild's Fabric, near the airport in Kalamazoo. They had a huge assortment of cotton sports fabric last time I was in there. They also have stores in Grand Rapids. Good Luck!

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