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Thread: New Hampshire fabric store that sells good knit fabric?

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    Super Member Butterfli19's Avatar
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    New Hampshire fabric store that sells good knit fabric?

    Seems like most of what's sold in southern NH is cotton for quilting, and I'm looking for a source for knit fabric - kid themed for kids and dolls.

    Can you recommend a store or even online if you know of one?
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    I never shop for knits but Fabric.com has more than just cotton quilting fabric.
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    I find it hard to find general sewing fabric anymore too. I have some older knit fabrics but wish there were more just all-round fabric stores. I wonder if you search knit fabrics if you could find more online stores that sell that kind of fabric. I am addicted to fabric so my stash dates back to when my kids were babies and I am 70 so you can guess how old my stash is.
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    New England Fabrics in Keene is the only one I can think of in NH. If you're wiling to travel a bit try Fabric Place Basement in Natick Ma, or SewFisticated in Somerviille, Framingham, and other places. Neither of these two are
    difficult to get to, although I'd call and explain just what you're looking for.

    You might also try Walmart if yours has a fabric section. It was my go-to place when I was working with knits. Beautiful thick cotton knits for $1-2! Not that long ago. Good luck.

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    Peek a Boo Pattern Shop has beautiful, good quality knits but they are pricey. Peekaboopatternshop.com

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    JoAnn Fabric carries lots of knits. Don't know if Hobby Lobby (Manchester) does. You might also try Marden's up in Maine (the Sanford store is probably the closest to you). Good luck on your quest.
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    I found this site....they have a lot to chose from: http://www.girlcharlee.com/knit-fabric-c-90.html

    Some cute kids fabrics here: http://thefabricfairy.com/fabrics/by...tton/knit.html
    Last edited by Feather3; 11-14-2015 at 10:37 PM.

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