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Thread: Pre-quilted Fabric

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    Super Member IrishNY's Avatar
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    Does anyone know a good source of pre-quilted fabrics? I did a search and didn't find much. Help please!

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    JoAnn's has some, not a lot though.

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    I found a good variety at JoAnn's, and with a 40% off coupon ist's quite cheap

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    Our Wal-mart has a bunch. Check your Wal-mart.

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    I, too, was looking for pre-quilted fabric. My WM only had 2 bolts - very bright colors - and Joann's had about 10 different designs which were nice. Even e-bay doesn't have much to offer. I'll keep watching this post to see if anyone else has ideas.

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    I too have found the biggest selection at Joann's :D:D:D

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    My long arm quilter just makes her own. I think I could do that with just a grid pattern. Just a thought,

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    fabric.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    My long arm quilter just makes her own. I think I could do that with just a grid pattern. Just a thought,
    that's what I do since I can never find one in the store that I like both sides of.

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    Just googled. Fabric.com has a bunch, also some double sided. Quite a few listings came up.

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    Super Member IrishNY's Avatar
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    I did try the google route but didn't find much. That's why I asked you guys - you always have the answers! ;)

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    Our Hancocks has some.

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    JoAnn's has them and they have 40% coupon this week. all solid's or printed ones.

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    Fabri-Quilt makes some, and Moda has a few... what kinds of designs are you looking for? Or what kind of project(s) do you have in mind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    Just googled. Fabric.com has a bunch, also some double sided. Quite a few listings came up.
    I saw the quilted fabric which was white and scratchy on the back side. I wondered what you do with it. Do you put a backing and then bind it? Then you would have to tie it right? I was looking for something to use as a really quick quilt (I'm not good at all with quilting) and thought just put a binding on it and I'm done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favorite Fabrics
    Fabri-Quilt makes some, and Moda has a few... what kinds of designs are you looking for? Or what kind of project(s) do you have in mind?
    Nancy,
    I want to make some bags that look similar to the Vera Bradley fabrics. I know I have seen them around somewhere but just can't remember where.

    Irish

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    I think that Michael Miller Fabrics is the one who actually designs/prints the Vera Bradley fabrics... but they (MM) don't do pre-quilted fabrics for the retail line. And they won't sell us any of the Vera Bradley fabrics.

    I actually visited the Michael Miller studio/office in New York City a couple of years ago, and saw some of the up-and-coming Vera Bradley fabrics on their design boards. What fun! They are a very nice group of people there, and I got to put faces to the voices that I hear on the phone when I place my orders. Doubly nice!

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    Some Joanns have more than others.What i found i loved,

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