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Thread: FABRIC IS BACK

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    Senior Member Johanna Fritz's Avatar
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    TGFWF - Thank Goodness for Wal Mart Fabirc!

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    so good to hear we never lost fabric in our small wal-mart but the 2 supers did so glad it is coming back

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    Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    great news, thanks so much for sharing

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    Awsome. Can't wait. Im sure the prices will be higher though.
    Judy

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    IMHO I may be in the minority here. Walmart is the closest store to us, just one mile away, but I rarely shop there. Our Walmart is recently reopened and it's new and clean and huge, but the staff is not interested in working or in customers.

    And I'm not a big fan of Walmart fabric. I would rather shop at quilt shops, or online for quilt shop quality fabric from Hancock's, Thousands of Bolts,or eQuilter.

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    You go Twinkie!!! It could not have been better said.... and what a venue!!!!

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    I'm glad but a lot of people think that "walmart fabric" isn't worth using.

    As for me--I had my husband buy enough Walmart running wolves fabric so that I can sell it when it is vintage (and still beautiful!) :)

    And I wanted to add that I know that SOME of the stuff on the tables at Walmart wasn't worth buying, but the stuff that was actually sold as quilting fabric was fine--doesn't shrink unnecessarily, has a decent hand, etc. It isn't like the "really fine" stuff, but honestly...it looks good in a quilt. And I also have seen some of the $4-5/yard stuff selling elsewhere for quite a bit more.

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    Thanks for sharing. I seldom buy fabric at WM, but I like to look at it and know it's there if I need it.

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    That is great news.

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