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Thread: 1930's reproduction fabric

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    1930's reproduction fabric

    Does anyone know of a good on line site that carries a large variety of feed sack or 30's reproduction fabric? I've tried all of the usual sites.... Connecting Threads, Hancock's, Fat Quarters etc. but they just don't seen to have as large a variety as the used to. It seem like this type of fabric is getting harder and harder to find but if you're making a reproduction style quilt it would be nice to have reproduction style fabric. Any ideas
    would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!!

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    I get my 1930's reproduction fabric at Quiltin' Gals. http://www.quiltingals.com/

    I've gotten many orders from her--placed an order Monday and got it Friday, and I just ordered more today. I've always had great service and received my orders quickly. The 30's repro fabric is all she carries.

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    http://myworld.ebay.com/franks11&ssP...84.m1543.l2533

    I love the 30's fabric this guy has. I have ordered from him and was very happy.

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    I wonder if these prints go in cycles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    I wonder if these prints go in cycles?
    If so, the current cycle has lasted over 15 years!
    They may not be as 'desperately' popular as they once were, but they are definitely still full on!

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    Try quiltshops.com There are over 200 quilt shops connected to that site. Just type in 1930's fabrics, then thumbnails. And every shop that has them will pop up. Good luck!

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    any of these places above take money orders.

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    Erica'a, Twiddletails and Nauvoo Quilt and Textile Co. has 1930's repro fabric, also.

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    keepsake quilting

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    Thanks for all of your help, ladies. I'm sure I'll be able to find some really great fabric on these sites.

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    I just found this site that looks promising:
    http://www.reproductionfabrics.com/shelf.php?ID=7

    I like the way it's organized. Haven't bought anything there yet.

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