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Thread: Best Fabric Prices

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    With the cost of fabric going higher and higher perhaps we need to start a list of places we find that has the most reasonable prices.
    Make it like a National Directory of Fabric Prices

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    Good idea... maybe others would jump on this band wagon too :D:D:D

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    Friends stash. I had a friend clean out and I got the discards. Wonderful!

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    http://www.hancock-paducah.com always has fabric on sale online, never in catalogue

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    I have a friend who helps me too and she took home two bags of fabric the last time. That was well worth it too. I have to keep my self in check from now on. I am so busy taking care of everyone else, I let my things go till I am covered. I can't even walk in my sewing room without stepping over fabric. I am so glad no indoor pets.LOL. So I am not going to buy any fabric the rest of this year.....if I say it enough and don't go into a store with fabric, I might even make it, LOL
    My suggestion is COnnecting threads and Ebay. I got Mark Lipinski fabric for 5.00 a yard last month. It's usually around 10.00.

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    From all the posts from Marsye, I don't think anyone beats the prices at Marshall's Dry Goods! I just wish I lived closer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkabasketlady
    From all the posts from Marsye, I don't think anyone beats the prices at Marshall's Dry Goods! I just wish I lived closer!
    great prices, good quality and service. Limited selection though

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    fabric sale going on at http://www.equilter.com

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    good thread, thanks

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    5bucksayard.com. Yep, it really is $5 a yard.

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    Check out this sale. scrap pack $10 for 4 to 5 yards of fabric.

    http://www.quiltinaday.com/shoponlin...&i=10796&page=

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    Good thread!

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    I really love www.thousandsofbolts.com

    I have gotten fabric from them and so has a friend and the fabric is good quality, they sell brand name fabric and the prices are unbeatable and delivery is quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkabasketlady
    From all the posts from Marsye, I don't think anyone beats the prices at Marshall's Dry Goods! I just wish I lived closer!
    You beat me! :lol: http://www.marshalldrygoods.com

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    I watch ebay like a hawk and have found great deals even with the shipping. It would break down to like $2-4 a yard or I wouldn't bother.
    Try it sometime! If you figure there are 60,000 listings or more, there are those people that maybe have estate fab and just want to get rid of it for a couple dollars and shipping!

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    I can't find Marshall's Dry Goods ebay store! Does anyone have the link?

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    Talk to Administration about this. A very good idea :thumbup: :thumbup: They might put you in charge of it?? Everyone could e-mail you and you could post for that day??

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    Quote Originally Posted by trueimage
    I can't find Marshall's Dry Goods ebay store! Does anyone have the link?

    I found it!!!

    http://stores.ebay.com/Marshall-Dry-Goods-Co-Inc

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    Thousands of bolts has good prices and beautiful fabrics.

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    Where is Marshall's Dry Goods? I know it has been mentioned many times but I missed the location. Thanks!

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    Here in Northern Maine, I shop at "Marden's", it's a surplus and salvage store. They sell mostly 100% cottons starting at $2.69 a yard to $3.99 a yard for some Thimbleberry and Moda fabrics.Most of what i buy is $2.99. If i need other fabrics i go to Ct. often and purchase fabric at Joannn's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thepecanlady
    Where is Marshall's Dry Goods? I know it has been mentioned many times but I missed the location. Thanks!
    Batesville, Arkansas
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    Always shop at quilt shops, they always have a closeout area or sales.

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    WOW! This will be on our return to AZ this fall!

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