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    Who would have thought?

    I have been searching for a few days for a charm pack to make a quilt for my future grandbaby. I planned on using it combined with solid squares and making a signature quilt with guests at the baby shower signing and leaving bits of advice for the first time parents. Everything I have found so far that looked good is sold out. Never did I think it would be so difficult to shop for fabric. Where, besides M* do you find fabric?
    One yard of fabric, like one cookie, is never enough!

    Beth aka Asta

    #2
    I've ordered from the fat quarter shop and Connecting threads in the past. Another option might be a small tone on tone print that looks like a solid. Hope you find what you are visualizing for your quilt.
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      #3
      equilter.com is one of my favorites
      TRUTH is seldom appreciated, unless you happen to agree with it. When you don't agree, you just call it rude.

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        #4
        Etsy
        https://www.etsy.com/search?q=fabric...nQuery=6252001
        🌺 Lorie

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          #5
          You could also try:Good luck!

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            #6
            Several years back Cheryl and I visited the Old Country Store shop in Pennsylvania. It was featured in the Better Homes and Gardens Shop Hop special issue. It was fantastic. We still shop there online.
            https://www.oldcountrystorefabrics.com/

            Also, you might try Brooklyn Fabrics, which in spite of the name is located in Iowa. They have some good deals, especially on juvenile fabric.
            https://brooklynfabric.com/

            Finally, you might try Quilt Factory Closeouts,.
            https://quiltfabriccloseouts.com/

            Rob
            Last edited by Rob the HOAQ; August 11, 2020, 08:02 PM.
            There's nothing more directly linked to who we are than the fabric that we make.
            --Ken Burns

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            • Dove
              Dove commented
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              LOL. We posted at the same time, about the same store. I love that place!

            • Rob the HOAQ
              Rob the HOAQ commented
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              LOL. Great minds think alike!

            #7
            I've shopped here for years, both online and at the brick and mortar store. Fabulous service and inventory. They ship the day the order is placed.
            https://www.oldcountrystorefabrics.com/
            ~ Carol from PA

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            • JCY
              JCY commented
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              Thanks for the tip. I didn't know about this store.

            #8
            What are you looking for? As in theme? Did you check the ones you like if there was a layer cake? You could always use the extra for the back. I tend to have a lot of charm packs on hand. Sometimes I just buy them to sample the fabrics. Green fairy quilts is having a sale right now. I used to buy from jellyrolls2go a lot too. They used to carry older lines but there was a fire. Good luck!!

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              #9
              https://www.quiltedtwins.com/online-fabric-store

              Great bundle values and quick turn arounds, too.
              Katrina
              “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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                #10
                Are you looking for gender neutral or have a theme in mind?
                🌺 Lorie

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                  #11
                  could you please be a little more specific? Do you need prints? florals, geometrics, ombre etc. layer cakes are a good alternative also. Happy hunting!
                  Kathryn
                  There are moments which mark your life, moments when you realize nothing will ever be the same. And time is divided into two parts, Before this and After this

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