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Need advice on solid black fabric

Old 03-15-2011, 06:36 AM
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I know this question was asked before, but I was wondering what you thought of the Bella Solids by Moda. They have white and black (and other colors also) on sale at Missouri Star Quilt Co.
I noticed they differentiate between regular solid black and soft finish black. Has anyone purchased both types and noticed a difference?
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Old 03-15-2011, 06:42 AM
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I usually buy what Keepsake calls an Amish black. It is very black, doesn't fade and used to be a great fabric. Don't know if they still carry it but you can check their web site. It's more expensive, but really holds it's color.
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Old 03-15-2011, 06:56 AM
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Keepsake Quilting still has the Amish Black and I've used it also. I am contemplating Michael Miller's Jet Black as I've seen rave reviews on it. HOP has it at a reasonable price. Haven't tried the Moda Bella Black but plan on trying that too...so I can see which of these top three I prefer. You will find many people that love any one of these true blacks and I imagine it is just a personal preference as to which one each individual finds works best for them.
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