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Thread: Doublesided pre-quilted fabric?

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    We're making a Cutting mat tote at our next quilt guild meeting. I need 2 yards of doublesided pre-quilted fabric. Does anyone know of a good online store where I can buy some that isn't outrageously priced?

    Thanks.

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    Sorry no help with a store, but when we make our little quilted lug-a-mugs I just took some fabrics that coordinated well & some batting and quilted a grid and then used it, maybe you have something in your stash?

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    Try here: http://www.cottonpatchfabrics.com/

    They only have one in tan, but it is only $8.55/yd. That is the cheapest I found.

    Now our WalMart has some also. Don't know what they are asking for theirs but I could check on the way home from work tonight if you want. Then I could send it to you.

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    i get mine at Joanns... :D

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    I sent you a PM...

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    hancock of paducah typically carries some but i don't remember the prices.

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    I get mine at my fabric store but have to wait til it's on sale. It is so expensive.

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    they have some at craft connection for around $13 a yard.

    if you have the time you could just make your own.

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    Here is a site that tell you how to make your own

    ttp://www.craftandfabriclinks.com/prequilt/prequilted_fabric_instructions.html

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    oops :oops: :oops: :oops:

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    I got mine at Hancock Fabrics and with their coupon it was reasonable.
    They are online too.

    judee

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    http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog.j...RODID=prd18961

    They only have white, red and parchment

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    Here's some more. These are a bit pricey though.
    http://www.gotfabric.com/SearchEngin...ted-fabric.htm

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    I went to the site that Ruth Camp put up and it is a great site, I had to play with the address to get on it.

    Thank you Ruth, it is a great site.

    Here is the whole address to get on that tells how to make your own quilted fabric.

    http://www.craftandfabriclinks.com/p...tructions.html



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    hancock fabrics should have that.

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    Thank you for the link to make prequilted fabric.

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    The link was very good. I would think it would be beneficial to make your own, then your fabric would be what you want it to be...

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    Are you anywhere near the Lancaster PA area? Zook's Fabrics has some and the best selection -- lots of wonderful prints -- is in a shop along Rte 40 in Bird-In-Hand. About $10/yard and the variety is amazing. I recently purchased 1/2 yard of cowboy print/Navajo-type print for $5 and it's now one of my favorite (and quick to make) tote bags.

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    If you have a Joanns near you they have it , at least here they do

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    Our Jo-ann's has it for $18.99 per yard - can you believe that?

    I bought a plaid and a solid, sandwiched it and practiced meandering!

    Then turned it into a tote. Works for me!

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    Hancock carries it.

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    Thank you for the address to mqke my own quilted fabric. I am looking to make a small purse to hang from a walker. Any ideas?

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    Joanns carries both kinds cotton and flannel. Ive only found flannel once in a while.
    My granddaughter loves her flannel quilt and has worn it out.

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    For what it's worth- I've never seen pre-quilted fabric that was good quality. I had some that a customer bought for me to make a backpack. It was so flimsy that I had to use a double layer. I much prefer to quilt my own. For a tote bag, I think you would want sturdy fabric.

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    Always use a 40% off at Joanns as it is so expensive

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