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Thread: Men w/toolbelts fabric

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    I'm trying to find the name of a fabric from a few years ago. I only remember men with no shirts on and I think they had on tool belts too. I have searched on the web and cannot get any type of hits for it. Does anyone remember this fabric or have it and can tell me the name of it? Maybe it was just a dream.......

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    Don't have any of that, but I do remember it.
    BOY do I remember it!!!

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    Chrismah made these pillowcases. Some of this fabric may be what you want. PM her. She will know what it is. She has been working in a fabric store.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-36776-1.htm

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    thanks for the tip and I did pm her
    Lynne

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    I hope she can help. :)

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    It's by Alexander Henry, called heavy equipment. It's from 2006. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KatFish
    It's by Alexander Henry, called heavy equipment.
    LOL - no comment on the name.

    I saw this fabric last summer at a Ben Franklin in Gaylord, Michigan. I know they have a web site.

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    yep that's it....thanks so much for the assist.....I did a quick search and it does seem to be still available so the cousins joke lap quilt is coming together
    thanks to all who responded
    Lynne

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnsk
    Quote Originally Posted by KatFish
    It's by Alexander Henry, called heavy equipment.
    LOL - no comment on the name.

    I saw this fabric last summer at a Ben Franklin in Gaylord, Michigan. I know they have a web site.
    The Firemen fabric is called "ready for action"
    No comment on this name either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KatFish
    Quote Originally Posted by burnsk
    Quote Originally Posted by KatFish
    It's by Alexander Henry, called heavy equipment.
    LOL - no comment on the name.

    I saw this fabric last summer at a Ben Franklin in Gaylord, Michigan. I know they have a web site.
    The Firemen fabric is called "ready for action"
    No comment on this name either.
    WOOHOO - the names get better :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I just bought some of the same series at Joanns. It is a Christmas one with guys in no shirts dressed in long johns with Christmas stockings and such. I saw this several years ago online but could never find any in stock. I was excited when I saw it and could get for 1/2 off.

    I also used the construction workers and cowboys (all with no shirts) to make pillowcases for my daughter and her college roomate. Everyone loved them.

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    Alexander Henry has a whole line of pin-up fabrics--Cowboys, Cowgirls, Firemen, Construction workers, Policemen, USO girls, Biker babes, Christmas hunks, the trick is finding them for a reasonable price. LOL

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