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    I'm going to attempt to make pram and stroller inserts and a hood.... Now to pick fabric! Yay for a spot light trip!

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    Do you guys buy fabric online? I never have but the range at spotlight is very disappointing atm!
    I see lots of great babys leggings and headbands in online shops made out of beautiful soft stretch cotton (often organic)... Where could I buy this fabric from??? TIA

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    I've used fabric dot com for cotton fabric. Try etsy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Do you guys buy fabric online? I never have but the range at spotlight is very disappointing atm!
    I see lots of great babys leggings and headbands in online shops made out of beautiful soft stretch cotton (often organic)... Where could I buy this fabric from??? TIA
    A lot of US sites have a better range of stretch fabrics in fun prints.
    Try spoon flower and etsy too

    I hate spotlights printed Jersey range. So boring! Imagine if their quilting cottons came in stretch!!! : O

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    I binge on, I mean buy, fabrics from emerald city. Not sure about their stretch fabric range but the prints are amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilyloubelle View Post
    Yeah I was thinking of paper tracing.

    I've got a strider compact
    I used a light interfacing for my pattern. Doesn't tear as easily as paper.

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    Has anyone bought from fabric dot com?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jk565 View Post
    Has anyone bought from fabric dot com?
    I have ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1429335745.338971.jpg

    Bought the flower fabric from there.

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    I just bought some awesome space fabric from spotty to make DS a long sleeve button up shirt. He's pretty darn excited.

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    Anyone know the cheapest place to buy carebear fabric?


 

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