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Thread: Northcott Stonehenge fabric

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    Super Member Naturalmama's Avatar
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    Has anyone seen/felt this in real life? I'm drooling over some of the colors - this is so beautiful! (It was in a Thousands of Bolts email)


    http://www.thousandsofbolts.com/inde...isplaycount=36

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    my LQS has been selling this stuff since it came out..we can hardly keep it in stock..it is very nice fabric!

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    Yes, I have some in my stash awaiting an inspiration as to what it will become. It has a very nice, VERY NICE finish to it and the colors are unusual and beautiful! Sue

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    WOW! I like that! And notice, they have some really pretty 108" wide fabric!!!!

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    Judging by the quantity left, it is selling quite well. I like that it comes in wide, also!

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    already have some in my stash! Its FAB!!! you need some. :-)

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    I couldn't just have a little of it in my stash, so bought a whole bolt of it. I love this fabric!!

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    I wish I would stop looking. I have soooooo many projects to start - and I haven't even finished my first!! Oh, for unlimited funds and a place to store it all! :)

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    Northcott is my favorite fabric. I love the feel of all Northcott fabric and the colors are fantastic. I only buy it on clearance and have many of the past year's designs. I'll wait for this to go on clearance and buy what's left of the line at different online shops. I keep a list of what shops carry what fabric lines the most and keep an eye on them for clearance sales.

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    Oh my, it's gorgeous. I haven't seen any yet. Then again it's been months since I've been to a LQS aside from JoAnn's & HL.

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    Northcott fabric is also my favourite. It has a beautiful feel to it and wonderful colours and patterns. I can pick it out just by the feel without even checking the label. They also have lots of free patterns on their website and have been very generous to my local quilt guild by giving us cut offs and samples of new lines of fabric for our Community projects. Patti Carey in Canada is one of their designers and presents a great trunk show and talk for guild presentations. She may even be available to travel to the States and would make a great guest speaker.

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    Very nice looking

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    I don't know if anyone has answered your question or not but I have purchased some of this fabric and it is awesomely soft. (Probably not a word but who cares!) I've mentioned to several ladies that I quilt with that I think this could be the best "blender" that has ever come along. It is not as soft as "silk" (which I think I saw/or read somewhere by the company) but it IS as soft a cotton as I've felt. and it is just "Yummy!" I've purchased some of the fabric and then gone back for more. One of the reasons that I found your emial was because I am looking it up on line to try to find more of one of the fabrics that I did purchase. If you have not seen the golds, you have to SEE them to understand thay they are so gorgeous in person. Gook luck!

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    It's wonderful stuff. I have it in almost every green and blue that it comes in.

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    I bought 18 of the fat quarters some months back. They work very well in landscape quilts. Wish I could have a couple yards of each one. They are as beautiful as batiks.

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    I have some of it in my stash. It's waiting for a project to use. It's awesome.

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