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    wheres the best place online to buy cheap basic fabric!
    needs to be cheap since I'km just going to be playing around with it for a while
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    Walmart! That's where I go at least. Cheaper than Hobby Lobby or Michaels.


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    Walmart has horrible shipping to APO. Could always ship to my parents I guess.
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    fabric.com, ebay, hancocks, amazon

    Just search around. Also depends on what you are wanting, some places have the same material as others cheaper, but other material more expensive. Also if you use ebates.com first you can get rebated from joanns, amazon and fabric.com not much but IMO every penny counts


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    fabric.com, ebay, hancocks, amazon

    Just search around. Also depends on what you are wanting, some places have the same material as others cheaper, but other material more expensive. Also if you use ebates.com first you can get rebated from joanns, amazon and fabric.com not much but IMO every penny counts


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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyKay View Post
    fabric.com, ebay, hancocks, amazon

    Just search around. Also depends on what you are wanting, some places have the same material as others cheaper, but other material more expensive. Also if you use ebates.com first you can get rebated from joanns, amazon and fabric.com not much but IMO every penny counts
    Thank you sandy! I do plan to fill a suitcase when I come visit I'm now just debating if its worth getting a machine now or waiting since I am going home in 5 weeks. and will be home for 6 weeks. So might as well wait and price shop in the states for my fabric and extras.
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    I sometimes use connectingthreads.com or keepsakequilting.com

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