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Thread: Quilting Warehouse info

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    Super Member JoanneS's Avatar
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    Has anyone bought things from Quilting Warehouse? It's not the one in the FabShopHop - that's Quilt Warehouse - dangerously close names!

    I found QuiltING Warehouse on Amazon - with the lowest prices on Go Accuquilt & dies I've seen yet, but I don't want to order until I get some feedback about them.

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    There is a quilterswarehouse and a quilting-warehouse. I googled quilt warehouse and came up with nothing. I don't know if you made a typo or what but don't understand your QuiltING Warehouse?

    I have ordered from quilting-warehouse with no problems.

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    I don't know what their price is nor have I ever bought anything from there but would suggest you also check out JWhittle in Louisville, that's where I got mine from and it was more than reasonable and the best price I have found, plus OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER SERVICE!!! and free shipping over $100.00, check them out at: http://www.jhittlesewing.com/visitor/index_jhs.html

    I have no connection to them other than being a very HAPPY Customer!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anniec55
    I don't know what their price is nor have I ever bought anything from there but would suggest you also check out JWhittle in Louisville, that's where I got mine from and it was more than reasonable and the best price I have found, plus OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER SERVICE!!! and free shipping over $100.00, check them out at: http://www.jhittlesewing.com/visitor/index_jhs.html

    I have no connection to them other than being a very HAPPY Customer!!!
    Thanks for the info. JHittle's die prices are GREAT,too. I figured out that I don't need all the dies in the 12" block combo, & at JH I can get the ones I DO want cheaper AND without shipping charges. JH also has some dies I haven't seen elsewhere - eg multiple strip dies. You can then turn them crosswise and cut them with the same die to get multiple squares. Great! I'm waiting for the weekend to see what JH has for their weekend special to add something else into my 'no shipping costs' order.

    DH is all for it because of my back problems. He has even offered to help me with the cutting! I'd rather have Accuquilt - don't want to teach him all the ins and outs of using the rotary cutting. And don't want to take him to the ER! I've seen the way he doesn't put away tools in his shop ~ ~ ~ he spent a month re-organizing this summer, and it still looks like a hurricane hit it. I shoudn't throw stones ~ I'm STILL reorganizing my sewing room, and I posted pictures over a year ago. Sigh.

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