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Old 07-23-2012, 10:03 AM
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Does anyone know who makes the "Granny's Quilting Shapes" kits? I have several of them and was trying to purchase more on line, but the only place I can find them is at ebay or etsy. Any information on the manufacturer would be appreciated


http://www.etsy.com/listing/75462793...uilting-shapes
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Old 07-23-2012, 10:26 AM
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I found the company that used to make them and called. They no longer do because they were make from left overs from sheeting plants that are now closed and the cost used to be $5 range and now would be $40 so they stopped. They have fabric precuts tho.
https://fousttextiles.com/
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Old 07-23-2012, 12:20 PM
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Thank you so much.....I have searched the web high and low and could not find that information!! Thanks again.


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I found the company that used to make them and called. They no longer do because they were make from left overs from sheeting plants that are now closed and the cost used to be $5 range and now would be $40 so they stopped. They have fabric precuts tho.
https://fousttextiles.com/
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Just another example of all our mfg. going overseas. When is the gov't going to learn that we need JOBS here in America????
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Thanks for the link. That site has some good prices, at least what you can see without "joining."
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I just saw them in a shop when I was in Tennessee this past June. It wasn't a quilt shop, It was like an old 5 and dime store. It was the Moon Pie Store in Pigeon Forge, TN!

MoonPie General Store - Pigeon Forge
3127 Parkway
Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Phone: 865.428.5708
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All those die cut machines that are on the market may be useful to you. The high end quilt shops sometimes will allow you to cut fabric that you've purchased from them with the die cut machine they have on hand. Good luck!
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