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Thread: I am looking for 1.5 inch rolls of fabric

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    I am looking for 1.5 inch rolls of fabric

    I remember seeing the 1.5 inch rolls of fabric a few years back. I forgot what they were called, but cannot find them anymore. I think they would be just perfect for a log cabin that is scrappy. Are they still being sold and if so where. Searched the internet
    Create something beautiful from scraps.

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    They were called "honey buns". They are dis continued by Moda but I did find some on etsy.com. http://www.etsy.com/search_results.p...oda+honey+buns

    and a few at M*QC. http://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop/browse/15
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    You could cut your own on an accuquilt go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty's Mom View Post
    You could cut your own on an accuquilt go
    Also very easy to do with a rotary cutter. I buy sale half-yard prints and cut them down when I need 'jelly rolls' or whatever, rather than pay the pre-cut prices. I can easily cut 8 layers of fabric.

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    I am going to use my June Taylor Shape Cut Plus to cut my 1 1/2" strips. Last week I put a Kona snow honey bun in my basket at Missouri Star Quilt Co. By the time I checked out, the honey bun was gone. They had sold out. I did a Google search and every site I checked had sold out. I went back to MSQC several times this week and they were still out of stock. I could have cut my strips in 1/3 the time I spent looking for honey buns. If I cut the strips myself, I know that each strip will be correctly cut.

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    I just checked out eBay. They have generic and name brand honey buns available.
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