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Thread: Looking for Panels

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    Looking for Panels

    I'm looking for panel fabric. Any good places to search? I already searched ConnectingThreads and ThousandsofBolts. I'm not looking for anything specific.

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    Ebay! I have found a lot of my panels on there for really good prices, just have to weed through to find the best deals.
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    Be sure you read the description carefully on Ebay. Many times you are only bidding on one block.
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    What kind do you want? I have a small tote of panels that I probably won't get to in my lifetime..... reasonable prices.

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    You could try equilter.com

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    Check out Ethelbird.com. Lots of panels mostly kid related.

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    Check out the Rushin' Tailor Quilt shop in Skagway, Alaska - if you are into wildlife panels!

    http://www.rtailor.com/

    It is one of my favorite stops when on a cruise to Alaska. They, along with the Silver Thimble Quilt shop in Ketchikan, Alaska are two wonderful shops for quilters to check out. I stop in every time I am up in Alaska and have not yet been disappointed in their fabrics or selection. Unfortunately the Silver Thimble doesn't appear to have an active website - just a screen showing their name and address and email.

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    Last edited by ghostrider; 06-18-2012 at 12:31 AM.
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    Kid or adult panels? Fabric.com is where I get mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sienna's GiGi View Post
    Kid or adult panels? Fabric.com is where I get mine.
    Just go to fabric.com, choose quilt fabric, search panels...they have a bunch in any theme you can think of
    LilaKay...greatgramma to Brielle Mae

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    Thanks! My ideas are to use children panels to make little quilted books for babies. Adult panels for table runners, trivets, and potholders and other projects. So not going to immediately purchase anything right now.

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    Walmart had a really cute, colorful panel fabric the size of a book or stuffed block for babies. Not expensive and a fun way to experiment.

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    We have over 250 panel fabrics available, including book panels, wallhanging and pillow panels, aprons, stockings, tree skirts, and little squares that can be used for making greeting cards:

    http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...el_fabric.html

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    I have a lot of panels too that I may never use. Let me know what you are looking for and I'll check.

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