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Thread: trying to find fabric

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    Senior Member timepasser's Avatar
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    Could someone please repost the site you go on to find a certain fabric. I thought I bookmarked it but apparently I didn't. I am looking for a fabric I bought at Joanns a few years ago, and while I was pulling out my fabric today I came across a piece of one I want to use, but I need maybe a half yard more. Thanks. I have a picture but it didn't come out very good all it has on the salvage is Concord Fabric Inc. not much info on their sight

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    I used to have some of that fabric. I may have already given it away . I will take and look and see if it is still around.
    I had that print in a couple of colors at one time.

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    You may have found that at JoAnn's just a few years ago but it is a really old pattern. I know because I have some that I used in a grandmothers flower garden quilt 18 years ago. It is a really pretty floral and came in blue/green/purple backgrounds as I recall. Sure hope someone has enough of it to help you finish that project!!

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    How much do you need? I believe I have some of that.

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    I also had tat material, not sure if I have any left, but will look

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    Quote Originally Posted by sall
    I also had tat material, not sure if I have any left, but will look
    Sorry cannot find any, I have obviously used it all. I know it is old as I bought it as a remnant about 10 years ago

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    Yes, it is old. I think it is a Concord fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sall
    I also had tat material, not sure if I have any left, but will look
    probally a quarter of yard would do but would like to come up with a half yard just to be safe thanks Deb

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    Quote Originally Posted by pocoellie
    How much do you need? I believe I have some of that.
    I am guessing matbe a 1/4 yd but like to be able to come up with a 1/2 somehow just to be safe. thanks Deb

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    That is an older print , but have seen it for sale in more than a few places. It came in more than one colorway. JoAnn's ...a few still have it. Walmart had it .
    You can ask to have it posted on Missing fabrics.com. Since it was so popular I am sure many still have it in their stash. I have a just a bit of it. Do be a careful , since it went thru many , many printings, the colors are not a truley the same. I know because I purchased it several times , and they where not all exactly the same. Some it looks like its been washed several times, even though its new off the bolt.

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