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Old 01-16-2010, 03:27 PM
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Hi from Northern Indiana

I am looking for a really good Online Quilt Shop...I have already looked at Connecting Threads and Keepsake Quilting but I would like to know what other ones are out there that are Online and are really good and that you can trust if you order something from them.

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my favorite is equilter.com

If you google "online fabric quilt stores" you should come up with a few.

Virginiaquilter.com is another

These two have always given me good customer service.
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Thank you for replying back...I will check these two out...thank you so much.

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Old 01-16-2010, 04:03 PM
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Thank you for your help in this... :)
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Old 01-16-2010, 04:11 PM
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http://www.quiltshops.com has a search engine for its member shops. It's great for finding something that is not on your favorite websites. I've ordered from many different shops there and never had a problem.

http://www.thousandsofbolts.com has fabulous prices and my favorite part is that the fabrics are organized by colors. You can also narrow the search by manufacturer/line. They have a new color matcher feature which I have been using lately to cut down on the hundreds of choices.
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Old 01-16-2010, 04:21 PM
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if you are in Northern Indiana - go to Shipshewana - and in the basement at Lolly's, and that other place that I can't think of the name right now....
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oh and for online, Whittle's:
http://www.whittlesfabrics.com/

the people are great in person also
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Thank you...Yes I've been to Shipshewanna many times and I have bought some of my Quilting Supplies there like my Rotary Cutter, and a few rulers and etc...I've been to Yoders and to Lolly's both...I am planning on a trip there sometime this summer and maybe I can actually afford to buy some material and some rulers and things like that.

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I've bought quite a bit of fabric over the last couple of years from ebay and never been disapointed. The sellers all have a rating system that ebay uses to regulate their vendors and you can see right then if they have had any complaints filed against them and how much business they have actually done with ebay. I can find fabric there for under four dollars a yard even with shipping added into the price.
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Originally Posted by ddrobins1956
I've bought quite a bit of fabric over the last couple of years from ebay and never been disapointed. The sellers all have a rating system that ebay uses to regulate their vendors and you can see right then if they have had any complaints filed against them and how much business they have actually done with ebay. I can find fabric there for under four dollars a yard even with shipping added into the price.
I agree, I have bought lots and lots on ebay and never once been gypped or disappointed.
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