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Thread: Fabric at Walmart

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    Junior Member babindg12200's Avatar
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    Our WM got their fabric dept. back, and I use it all the time. The fabric is great, the colors bright, and I am so glad it is back.

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    Walmart here made a half hearted attempt but not near as nice as before. Guess what was discounted in carts? Alot of the party items they replaced the fabric with! I completely stopped shopping there, go back for cream for DH coffee!

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    Our store has fabric but the quality of the fabric is horrible...china mostly and no label to tell you what it is and most of it you could read a newspaper thru it is so thin....ugh
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    One of our WalMart's has fabrics. Some of the fabrics are not what I would want to quilt or make things with. Some of the fabrics are "Premium" and are of good quality. I also got some nice cotton quiflt batting to make potholders with. I had already gotten the fabric and Insul-bright.

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    We have three Wal-Marts in Wichita Falls, TX. One has had fabric all along, one had some and then didn't, and one never had any. When I shop at the one that has fabric, I usually find something that pleases me. It is one of the first places I shop for fabric. Then Hobby Lobby and then Hancocks. I find their fabric all about the same.

    The fabric dept. has recently been reorganized though, apparently to stock more fabric. I wonder if the Wal-Mart I never get to has got fabric back? Hmmmmm.

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    The WM here in Ar that I have been to are either non existant fabrics and just plain junk

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    Yes, our Walmart near Albany NY has put fabric back in their store!

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    Yes, I agree the fabric quality is terrible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea View Post
    Dont get your hopes to high, our store brought back about a fourth of what it had before, and its lower quality and higher priced.
    Same here in South Carolina, I was so excited when Wal-Mart brought back their fabric, but I can't find anything there that I like. Not much of a selection, and poor quality fabric.

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    There are 2 WalMarts near me. The closest one has tons of pre-cuts and pre-packaged yardage. The 2nd one still has fabric on the bolts and a great selection too!
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    I went in to Walmart today, and much to my surprise, there were bolts of fabric again!

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