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Thread: Question for Longarmers

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    What is a good online source for longarm supplies - 1/4" templates, rulers, needles, etc? I'm not finding much except Quilter's Rule.

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    I purchased my batting and King Tut thread at www.quiltfrog.com just outside of Houston, TX. She has good prices and is very nice, if that matters to you. I don't know that she has everything you need but you can call to ask or check out their site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyM
    What is a good online source for longarm supplies - 1/4" templates, rulers, needles, etc? I'm not finding much except Quilter's Rule.
    King's Men Quilting Supply http://www.kmquiltingsupply.com/

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    Do you have a business license to buy wholesale? Also shows can save you shipping.

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    the long=arm companies have rulers and supplies available that work well with their machines so try those...gammil,
    handiquilter, nolting, tin lizzy, try John Flynn, try putting quilting supplies in the search, there are so many places...

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    Thanks for your help. I have found some good sites as a result.

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    are a few that come to mind, I had a list in my favorites but my hard drive crashed and I lost everything.

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    I get all of my patographs from King's Men Quilting Supply out of Rochester Ill. Needles, thread and batting from Linda's Electric Quilters in Melissa/McKinney Texas

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