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Date: 1/23/13 5:57 PM

Hi, where do you get your quilt kits? My local quilt shop does not have a good selection for the theme that I want.. I am interested in the civil war kits or Victorian-ish era. Fatquartershop.com seems to be a good place but I wonder if you know a better deal online.. Thanks in advance


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Date: 1/23/13 6:35 PM

Check out this site. If you look here it has a list of participating shops. Perhaps you could check some of them out.

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Date: 1/23/13 6:50 PM

I have a great local quilt shop but I also like these shops for BOM and Kits...

Homestead Hearth

Hancocks of Paducah

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Date: 1/23/13 7:06 PM

Wow just by searching (Thanks google) I found Edyta from http://www.laundrybasketquilts.com Her BOM Family tree is so lovely.. Oh my I don't even know how to applique yet!!

I like the Marcus line up fabric.. No store close to my area though.. I think online will be the way to go.


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Date: 1/23/13 8:03 PM

Did you check out craftsy.com? They have a 2012 and a 2013 Block of the month. I like last year's better than this year. You could do it in your own fabrics. I do believe those classes are free.

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Date: 1/23/13 9:33 PM

You can also try Keepsake Quilts .I have been pleased with the quilt kits from them.

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Date: 1/23/13 9:44 PM

I just did a FabShopHop with 139 shops and almost all had BOM programs -- This is going on through the end of January, but would give you TONS (fabric overload hahaha) to go see what they offer and their prices?

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Date: 1/23/13 10:02 PM

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I just did a FabShopHop with 139 shops and almost all had BOM programs -- This is going on through the end of January, but would give you TONS (fabric overload hahaha) to go see what they offer and their prices?



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What is this fabshop hop?? Sorry I am not that well informed. TIA

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Date: 1/23/13 10:19 PM

Ok here is the website - it is designed to link you to the 139 current shops participating in the online Fabric Shop Hop -- If you register, then go visit each shop - you find the "Blue Bunny" at each online shop you visit, then you are registered to win Prizes (Sewing Machine, Fabric, etc... ). But it let's you find some shops I had no idea existed! Some had good prices (I was good and only bought from 2 of them haha)

FabricShopHop

I took my time looking and it took about 6 hours to get through them all, but almost ALL of them had several BOM choices.

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Date: 1/23/13 10:20 PM

so far I am steering myself into this "Caswell Quilt" it is so beautiful to look at..


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