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#1 of 7 Old 05-30-2011, 04:24 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I want to sew some cute onesies and bodysuits for the new baby, but I'm having a hard time finding cute print interlock knits! Where in the world do the diaper companies like Goodmama get their ADORABLE knit prints?! I love those prints, but I can't find any similar fabric for sale anywhere. 


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Try www.NaturesFabrics.com.  Jeanne always has a lot of cute knits, and she has great customer service.  If you're planning to use a lot of knits, join her Yahoo group for a discount code and sales.

 

I've seen Chez Ami recommended a lot, but I haven't purchased anything there myself.  http://www.printknitsstudio.com/ also has good prices and a nice selection.

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http://www.sewbaby.com/shopbaby/index2.php?cPath=244_309         Sewbaby.com has knits. She has ooga booga in knit.  Sign up for her emails and she frequently has sales.

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Here are some interlock knits at Joanns (scroll down).  In the past I had a hard time finding them at my local store, but they've been stocking them lately.  They're actually pretty nice.


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I'm sure you've found a source by now, but next time you're looking for cute knits our online store over at http://www.girlcharlee.com carries quite a variety! We have adorable prints and great solids in cotton jersey and lycra, as well as interlock and ribbed knits. :)

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wow! Thanks for the link, you really have a lot of great looking fabric! I always hesitate to click on a link but I'm glad I did.

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Try www.NaturesFabrics.com.  Jeanne always has a lot of cute knits, and she has great customer service.  If you're planning to use a lot of knits, join her Yahoo group for a discount code and sales.

 

I've seen Chez Ami recommended a lot, but I haven't purchased anything there myself.  http://www.printknitsstudio.com/ also has good prices and a nice selection.

 

Oh, I like some of the boy prints at Print Knit Studio! Time to pin to my fabric board on Pinterest. :-)


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