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    Missouri Star

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    Default What are those strips called?

    I am having a bad morning. I am trying to shop for a white JR of 1-1/2" strips and nothing is coming up. I have tried searching under :
    1-1/2" strips
    pixie strips
    Junior jelly roll
    I cant think of any other name but I know they are out there. Can you help??

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    Default Re: What are those strips called?

    Last edited by Star lover; March 16th, 2018 at 12:23 PM.

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    Default Re: What are those strips called?

    Honey Buns

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    Default Re: What are those strips called?

    Yep, that's what they're called. No wonder I get hungry for a sweet after looking for precuts. Layer cakes, jelly rolls, etc....

    LOL,
    Gina

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    Default Re: What are those strips called?

    Another brand calls them "Skinny Strips"

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    Default Re: What are those strips called?

    Thanks a lot for the links. Honey Buns, yes! Now I am hungry too. I was getting a headache looking for this. I was shopping on the FQS website (which is usually really good, I buy lots of stuff there). Only one item came up under a search for skinny strips, called Skinny Jeans, mostly blue. And when I searched there for 1.5" strips four items came up, none of which were strips. Very weird. But of course M has exactly what I was looking for.

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