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Thread: Online Shopping for Fabric

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    Can you all give me your opinion about online shopping...the best website to shop on...and if the quality of fabric is good. I've seen connectingthreads and I will be trying them out. Great prices too.

    I would also like to know a good place to get Jo Morton fabrics ONLINE.

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    I really like Fabric Depot, you can go to their site and sign up for online sale notifications. :D:D:D

    Check out the sites shipping prices before shopping... they can be a deal breaker right out of the gate for me :wink:

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    im addicted to ebay lol
    run a search on specifics. stick with sellers with great records and feedback :D

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    If you pick name-brand fabrics at an on-line, it should always be as good as at your LQS. We have an on-line store that is an extension of our brick-and-mortar store. Both the on-line store and the brick-and-mortar store sell the same fabric off the same bolts.

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    Just watch your shipping costs, they can kill you. I live in a subdivision that is in the country just a mile or so out of town.There are retail businesses well within a mile of me, but UPS adds an dditional cost for shipping because it is determined by them to be a rural area. I buy from Keepsake and have purchased from Connecting Threads. The last order from CT was dissappointing to me because the quality was not very good. Not terrible but not what I expected.

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    I like Connecting Threads for their kits. Keepsake Quilting is good too, but can be costly. My all time favorite is Fabric.com. They have free shipping on orders over $35, which is easy to achieve. Sign up for their e-mail list. The orders come usually within a week. Grandmasatticquilting.com is another good one. She has all qualities of fabric. Clotilde.com has fabric and patterns. I found something I couldn't find anywhere else at abbimays.com. There are so many I could go on and on.

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    Oh! As for the Jo Morton fabric....just google Jo Morton fabric and you should be able to find something.

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    On fabric.com today you get 10% off an order of $40 plus free shipping because the order is over $35.

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    The coupon code for fabric.com is corner10.

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    I like fabricshack.com and stitch-n-frame.net

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