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Thread: Any Stonehenge fabric fans out there?

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    This will be my next quilt! Thanks so much for sharing. Now I have to find a pattern to use most of these terrific fabrics.

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    Yip,crazy over it, but my shops don't carry it.
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    Have loved this line from the start and it just keeps getting better!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by purplefiend View Post
    www.thousandsofbolts.com has Stonehenge fabrics for $7.29 a yard, sometimes less when she runs a sale on it.
    I know I have been using it for a few years now I much prefer it to Batiks as I shop on line and the quality of batiks can vary so much, here is a link to thousandofbolts selection for you to drool over.
    http://www.stonehengefabrics.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Tails View Post
    I havea fat quarter bundle and then added some yardage (tooooo much lol) what are some of the quilts you made out of Stonehenge fabrics? I was thinking a log cabin?? I'd love suggestions. I've had it 2 years and haven't cut it yet lol
    I think a Log Cabin would be awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by karenpatrick View Post
    I like the Stonehenge but right now my favorite that I am drooling over is "Sandhill Plum" by Kansas Troubles for Moda. I haven't bought any yet because I'm not buying any fabric right now, just using my stash, but if it goes on sale, I might have to go back on my resolution.
    ANY kind of Kansas Troubles is good with me! I have a giant tote FULL of their FQ's that I've been saving (hoarding?) for years. I hate to cut into it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QultingaddictUK View Post
    I know I have been using it for a few years now I much prefer it to Batiks as I shop on line and the quality of batiks can vary so much, here is a link to thousandofbolts selection for you to drool over.
    http://www.stonehengefabrics.com/
    Drooling just really isn't a good look for me but I cannot help it! The link you posted is awesome! Thanks!!!
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    It's a gorgeous fabric line....this old quilter's just going to drool, drool and drool, but my stash runneth over (literally...) and I do need to save some money for batting. So no Stonehenge for me anytime soon.

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