Member since 1/18/12
Skill: Advanced Beginner
Date: 8/2/12 9:36 AM
I've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Polartec prints at this site. They show nothing yet. Is it too early?
I did sign up for their e-mail newsletter but it must be too soon for that as well.
A lot of people are afraid of heights. Not me, I'm afraid of widths.
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Bernina 830LE - Brother Dreamweaver VQ3000 - Bernina B530 - Janome 6600P - Pfaff 1209 - Babylock Evolution - Janome 644 - Babylock Sashiko2 - Babylock BLCS-2
Member since 8/24/02
Date: 8/2/12 11:37 AM
I haven't seen fleece prints on their site for a very long time.
My grandmother taught me to sew when I was 10, and I've been sewing ever since.
West Virginia USA
Member since 11/23/10
Date: 8/2/12 7:17 PM
Jo-Ann's has some adorable ones on sale right now.
I'm mightily tempted to get that argyle for a jacket for my daughter. ;)
New Mexico USA
Member since 1/6/11
Date: 8/3/12 6:07 PM
I haven't seen prints from Mill Direct in a while. I've been mostly buying yardage and throws, for use as blankets, and for jackets and hats, so solids work fine. The quality of the Malden Mills stuff is so much better than anything else we've tried, that we only use it for the hat project we do once a year for groups who work with the local homeless/near homeless people.
Bernina: 910, 930, 180, 440
Bernette 004D serger
Vintage/classic Singer: 201, 301, 221
Member since 6/30/05
Date: 8/3/12 6:09 PM
Uggggh, Fleece. We are still in a heat wave. Malden Mills is the best though.