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Thread: Quilter's Dream Cotton Batting

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    Quilter's Dream Cotton Batting

    Through your experience, where have you found to be the best place to buy Quilter's Dream Cotton Batting? I am looking for getting it in a timely manner as well as price. Thank you so much!

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    I don't use cotton batting, check out Connecting Threads they may have it.
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    I think the last time I bought I actually got it at Jo'anns, but that was a long while ago.. I noticed their selection of batting is limited to only a couple of manufactures now.. at least in the store by me.
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    I didn't think JoAnn's had Quilters Dream????

    I buy it at my local quilt store. One has it, the other does not..
    my name is becca and i'm a quilt-a-holic :-)

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    You can get it at Clothilda's. I buy it at my LQS.

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    I just bought some from fabric.com

    I found a coupon online for 15% off $40+ so used that on my order
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    They have a little quilters dream at fabric.com mostly crib size and below. Quilters dream has a website and it will show all the quilt stores that carry their batting in your area. They prefer you buy it through your quilt store. Longarmers in your area may also carry it as well. That is my plan, to carry it for my customers to make it more convenient for them.
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    I think http://www.hancocks-paducah.com sells it and all types

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    I also keep it on hand for my clients but there are a couple of LQS in our area that handle it.
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    I have bought Quilter's Dream cotton batting at QuiltBug and also the Quilter's Dream Wool batting. I like QuiltBug quilte a bit and have had very good experience with them.

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    Try Fabric Depot. They often have coupons equal to JoAnns. I love the Dream Orient! Sign up for their free newsletter and get 40% off any one object every day! (ps: they will not pester you with e-mails)
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    I am an Ebayer and you can find it there.

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    This is where I order it as welll. I wait for a sale and stock up!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphyngyrl View Post
    I think http://www.hancocks-paducah.com sells it and all types

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    I buy from my local quilt shop. I LOVE Quilter's Dream, and don't use anything else these days.

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    my lqs---you can visit their website and find a list of shops that carry it. i do love all of the quilter's dream batts- Dream Wool being my all time favorite- i am lucky one of the local shops carry many of their batts to choose from.
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    Our LQS carries it in different sizes from crib to king.

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    Fabric Depot currently has Quilter's Dream Cotton, both weights, at 30% off....

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    very closest LQS (there are four within 20 minutes drive, 2NE,SW,SE,) has every type of Quilters Dream in every size !

    I know, how great is that, I feel blessed !

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    I just purchased the Quilter's Dream wool batting from Hancock's of Paducah and noticed they had good prices and all sizes of the cotton batting too. It arrived in about a week... not too slow.

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    You can purchase it from [email protected]. I got a whole roll last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzinBumble View Post
    I just purchased the Quilter's Dream wool batting from Hancock's of Paducah and noticed they had good prices and all sizes of the cotton batting too. It arrived in about a week... not too slow.
    As several others said, Hancock's of Paducah is where I get mine too. You can even buy it by the case and maybe split the batts and cost with other quilters. My small quilt group has done that is the past. I have found that store to be very customer friendly. Even had to call once about a missing item in an order that several of us went together on. I called first thing in the morning and the owner answered the phone. I told him I wasn't sure if the mistake was mine when ordering or was the person who took the order but he said "No problem. We will send the item right out and no charge for shipping". (The order had had free shipping because of the size of it.) He was extremely friendly and helpful.

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