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    Unusual yardage

    I bought this as yardage many years ago - before I ever thought of quilting - it has now surfaced out of my stash and
    I wonder if anyone knows a what you'd call it and if anyone knows of any site that might sell anything similar

    It's already pieced and the seams serged and it's an good quality cotton. There is no selvage, and it is definitely a precision machined fabric - I have about two yards
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    I have seen pieced fabric for sale at different times in JoAnn's but it wasn't near as pretty as what you have
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      Any idea what you'd call it - so I can possible google it ?!
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        I'm not sure what it is called. I just googled prepieced fabrics and got this link. http://catalogs.indiamart.com/produc...k-fabrics.html It is a place in India that sells some, they call it patchwork fabric. The first picture is very much like what I've seen in Joann's
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          Not a clue what it called, but believe it or not, I have seen that exact fabric, a long time ago. I think it is just "pieced fabric". The only person I would believe had knowledge of this fabric would be Sandy Navas. She knows her fabrics.

          And if she doesn't, she does this little trick where she puts the picture in her search and finds it I believe.
          Last edited by kensington; July 16, 2016, 08:49 PM.

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