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Old 08-07-2012, 12:53 PM   #11
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Re: Where is your favorite place to buy fabrics?

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Re: Where is your favorite place to buy fabrics?

Where can I find Wholesale fabric in particular knits?

Going nuts trying to find supplier,please help
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Re: Where is your favorite place to buy fabrics?

I have done better buying fabric locally. I have been shopping at Hancock's lately. They are super nice and helpful, what I need is on sale, and I don't have to wait to get fabric cut. Oh and it's really easy to get to their store here.
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How do you like JoAnn's microfleece? I bought some the other day but I've yet to use it.
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JA's mircofleece I do not recommend. I don't know if it changed from when I first started buying it but it's fairly thin and pills after a few washes. I buy my MF from Diaper Sewing Supplies. Now that I make to sell I no longer purchase my business supplies from JoAnn's.

As far as knit groups that run custom knit, they're mostly on FB. Spoonflower, however, is another place to run custom prints, but there have been fading issues with their organic knit (because of the inks they use) so people have started printing on their performance knit but it's polyester which some are not a fan of.

I actually buy mostly Euro knits now (which are $ unfortunately) but such a wonderful quality and very cute prints. I get those from www.emrosedesigns.com
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I like Fabric.com and Joann's (like to use coupon's). But if you are looking for something you want you will buy it where ever it is.
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Old 10-24-2014, 07:34 AM   #17
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I had good luck with a recent order from Diaper Sewing Supplies. Fabric.com I have used a few times, too. If I only need a DC of PUL or something Etsy is good, too.
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