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    Help with finding Moda honeycombs....

    I am intrigued by the idea of precut Moda honeycombs. My problem is I seem to be unable to find them. I have looked all over the Moda site and can not figure out how to see what collections of fabric are available to purchase as "honeycombs". I am convinced that there must be some trick I have not figured out yet to find them on the Moda site. Can anyone help me? Does the Moda site not offer them for sale? If not, where do I find them? I just keep finding ways to use them, but not select or buy them. Help?
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    Try looking at online or local quilt stores. Online: Missouri Star, Fat Quarter Shop, Hancock to name a few. Or google Moda Honeycomb fabric. Moda manufactures it, but i think they only sell wholesale.

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    Is this what you are looking for? https://www.fatquartershop.com/honey...s-moda-fabrics

    or any of these? https://www.etsy.com/market/moda_honeycombs

    or these on Ebay? https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=moda+honeycomb

    I searched on Yahoo by entering the term Moda Honeycomb and got a lot of websites.
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    Think I have seen some at greenfairyquilts.com.

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    Thank you for the suggestions. As nice as it would be to buy them I just realized that they do not sell them except as "some colors duplicated". I would need at least seven sets for what I had in mind. I just don't need that many, just six of each that I chose to use. Thank you all for helping with this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madamekelly View Post
    Thank you for the suggestions. As nice as it would be to buy them I just realized that they do not sell them except as "some colors duplicated". I would need at least seven sets for what I had in mind. I just don't need that many, just six of each that I chose to use. Thank you all for helping with this.
    most of the fabric manufacturer's websites have a link to "retail shops carrying this item" type thing.
    also most LQS that carry a lot of a specific brand can look up details for you and order your choices.

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    Try MarshallsDryGoods.com
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    I was going to suggest Green Fairy Quilts also. Usually Google will give you a ton of options to pick from!

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    I did look at those options, but again, you have no idea what is in each bundle, and there might be one or two of each color, but no choice of colors. It was an idea that will not work. Thanks anyway.
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