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    I went to Marshall's Dry Goods store.

    The fabric line, In the Beginning was back in stock. It was $2.25 a yard on the 10 or 20 yard bolt. My friends and I each bought several bolts and then swapped yardage. I love Marshall's!
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    WOW!! What a deal you got. I love Jason Yenters In the Beginning lines

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    Green with envy!

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    Nice super deal you and your friend got, wish it was close to me.

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    thanks BellaBoo
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    Can anyone buy wholesale from them?

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    Yes anyone can buy wholesale but you have to buy the bolt, not yardage unless it's a flat fold bundle. The fabric by the yard is higher in price but not as much as a quilt shop.
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    I went for the first time, while I was home visiting family. My sister and I went and spent the whole day there..Got alot of bargins. If ever in the area, definitely make a trip..

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    Where is Marshalls Dry Goods and can you order online?

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    I had no idea Marshalls sold fabric...Thanks...

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    I'll have to check and see nearest here.

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    Their website is: www.marshalldrygoods.com As far as I know, their only location is in Batesville, Arkansas.

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    There is a Marshall's Dept store, not the same at all. Marshall's Dry Goods is a fabric supplier, they buy direct from the manufacturer. It's eye opening to see what the quilt shops are paying per bolt. I see quilt shop vans from all over at Marshalls and no telling how many do mail order through one of their reps.
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    Wow! Might have try them soon.
    thanks for sharing
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    How is the fabric quality?
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    I just got my order from them that I ordered a couple days ago. Fast service. Have a quilting friend that is mad that I told her about the site. Her reason for being mad - spent too much money - but she was glad I told her about it. Have not been disappointed with anything from them yet.

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    If you order name brand designer fabric it is the same as what is sold in quilt shops. They also carry the fabric lines that Hobby Lobby, JoAnns and Walmart has too. The bolts are on open shelving stacked laying flat. It looks like the back storage room of Hancock's of Paducah only bigger.
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    Just went online and they have pretty good prices thee as well.

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    My friend went last Sat. and got me 16 yds of tone on tone for $1.00 a yd... I am using it for practice or bg fabric.. She said it was well worth the trip... I HAVE got to go... Green with envy

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    I'm off to shop on line. Thanks for the info. Love to fabric shop!
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    You can buy online from Marshall's just do not let Chuck be your rep there, he tells you one thing and does another.. the prices are good. do not buy bargin fabrics they can be thin and cheap.. buy the name brand fabric... I have several thousand yards from them and only had to send back one order, but do not use their cotton blend solid color fabrics for applique, I have my blocks split on my quilter and have been sick about it for years now as I could not purchase the appliqued fabric anymore.. and I loved it and have not found any fabric close to it again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota Rose View Post
    Where is Marshalls Dry Goods and can you order online?
    I went to Batesville, Ar to Marshalls this week for the first time. The rep we had was James Kelly. James was great and that place is just incredible!

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    I sure hope I can go there some day.
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    I use Sharon. She sends out emails about all the new arrivals if you asked to be on her email list.
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    I know this thread is old, but wanted to chime in. James Kelly is my rep and he's really good and helpful. I'm going to the store in early June. I'm hoping the retail side will have some good bargains, plus I'm meeting James to look over the wholesale items as he says they have sales that aren't advertised. Good thing I have a SUV!
    One question I have is about sales tax. Do you know if out of staters have to pay sales tax if they pick fabric up from the store?
    And another question -- do they also carry discounted notions or is it only fabrics and batting?

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