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  • Winterof63
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    Welcome back, GlendaSue! You posted a very good question. Fabric changes so fast, not all shops carry the fabric that was available in 2009. Which is the last time I bought fabric. This www.quiltshops.com is a wonderful website.

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  • GlendaSue
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    Thanks Ladies..the site will help greatly. I have already found something I will use from the site.
    GlendaSue

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  • debinmalaga
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    GlendaSue, welcome back to quilting! I've been at it for about 4 years, and took a break for a little while last year. I'm so glad to be back!

    I'm also trying to find fabric yardage from the precuts, so Patrice, thanks for the web site!

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  • Patrice
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    I know some they carry but I usually have to purchase it elsewhere for bordering and binding. here is a site I use when looking for a particular fabric. It will list stores that carry it www.quiltshops.com

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  • GlendaSue
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    Fabric by yard??

    I understood I could post a "squeak" here so if I am out of line...just kick me off...okay?
    I am just this winter rejoining the quilting world after never quilting for 25 years. All the new terminolgy of what I used to call squares, triangles, yards, 1/2 yards gets past me sometimes
    My problem is this...once I purchase a charm, turnover, or whatever, I decide I would like to use
    one of the unnamed, unnumbered patterns in that set to make borders or even the backing. I never can find it in the listings of yardage on bolts in your shop inventory. Am I not looking in the right places? I usually have to purchase it elsewhere...which I find by doing long and tedious searches online...which I don't want to do. I really rather be quilting-- and not dealing with an unknown company online. However, knowing how inventory works, I appreciate the reasons you must have for not keeping all designs in stock. But..Is there anyway customers can order through links/information provided on your site? ???
    BTW ... I love the tutorials..Youtube and Symboz. The Youtube tutorials are what drew me to your store in the first place. Now I am hooked!! "Mom" (Jennie) teaches so very professionally, yet with such a smile that she makes one feel like a friend instead of an online student. The family, I know, has to be very proud of her.
    Thank you much...Sue from Louisiana
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