New to me on-line fabric store

New to me on-line fabric store

Post by Andre » Mon, 20 Oct 2003 05:16:14



Quote:

>Hi All:

>After buying some gorgeous batiks from BJ's Fabrics and Quilts at the
>Pacific International Quilt Show, I visited their web site.  They
>don't have a shopping cart, but you can buy from them through sending
>an e-mail.  Anyway, they have a lot of really beautiful
>top-of-the-line fabric on sale for $4.50 a yard.  As an example, they
>have a lot of fossil ferns for sale at this price.

>Just though I would let you all know.  I'm not associated with them in
>any way other than being impressed by their prices.

>http://www.bjsfabricsquilts.com/index.html

>Mardi
>Real e-mail address spelled out to prevent spam.  mardi at mardiweb dot com.
>____________________

>My Quilting page: http://www.mardiweb.com/quilts/MardiQuilts.html
>Paint Shop Pro tutorials: http://www.mardiweb.com/web
>Low-Fat Lifestyle Forum: http://www.mardiweb.com/lowfat

Looks like most of their stuff is $9 a yard; I didn't see the $4.50 a
yard stuff at all. Maybe they had special prices for the show?

-Andrea

 
 
 

New to me on-line fabric store

Post by Loren in Seattl » Mon, 20 Oct 2003 12:51:21


There is an on sale section that has nice fabric at great prices.  Thanks
for sharing the link.
Loren in Seattle


Quote:

> >Hi All:

> >After buying some gorgeous batiks from BJ's Fabrics and Quilts at the
> >Pacific International Quilt Show, I visited their web site.  They
> >don't have a shopping cart, but you can buy from them through sending
> >an e-mail.  Anyway, they have a lot of really beautiful
> >top-of-the-line fabric on sale for $4.50 a yard.  As an example, they
> >have a lot of fossil ferns for sale at this price.

> >Just though I would let you all know.  I'm not associated with them in
> >any way other than being impressed by their prices.

> >http://www.bjsfabricsquilts.com/index.html

> >Mardi
> >Real e-mail address spelled out to prevent spam.  mardi at mardiweb dot
com.
> >____________________

> >My Quilting page: http://www.mardiweb.com/quilts/MardiQuilts.html
> >Paint Shop Pro tutorials: http://www.mardiweb.com/web
> >Low-Fat Lifestyle Forum: http://www.mardiweb.com/lowfat

> Looks like most of their stuff is $9 a yard; I didn't see the $4.50 a
> yard stuff at all. Maybe they had special prices for the show?

> -Andrea


 
 
 

New to me on-line fabric store

Post by shhdesign » Mon, 20 Oct 2003 14:25:03


BJ's is one of the greatest finds I've ever found.  She is located in
Cloverdale on the Oregon coast.  She has a store in the bottom of her home.
Great lady, she is presently trying to raise funds for women without health
insurance to help cover the cost of mammograms before their ?senior
insurance kicks in.  Sorry, I'm Canadian and can't think of your insurance
name.
Any time you go to the Oregon coast, make sure you head off and down the
country lane and check out her clearing in the woods.
Tell her Sandi says Hi!

--
Sandi in New Westminster B.C.



Quote:
> There is an on sale section that has nice fabric at great prices.  Thanks
> for sharing the link.
> Loren in Seattle




> > >Hi All:

> > >After buying some gorgeous batiks from BJ's Fabrics and Quilts at the
> > >Pacific International Quilt Show, I visited their web site.  They
> > >don't have a shopping cart, but you can buy from them through sending
> > >an e-mail.  Anyway, they have a lot of really beautiful
> > >top-of-the-line fabric on sale for $4.50 a yard.  As an example, they
> > >have a lot of fossil ferns for sale at this price.

> > >Just though I would let you all know.  I'm not associated with them in
> > >any way other than being impressed by their prices.

> > >http://www.bjsfabricsquilts.com/index.html

> > >Mardi
> > >Real e-mail address spelled out to prevent spam.  mardi at mardiweb dot
> com.
> > >____________________

> > >My Quilting page: http://www.mardiweb.com/quilts/MardiQuilts.html
> > >Paint Shop Pro tutorials: http://www.mardiweb.com/web
> > >Low-Fat Lifestyle Forum: http://www.mardiweb.com/lowfat

> > Looks like most of their stuff is $9 a yard; I didn't see the $4.50 a
> > yard stuff at all. Maybe they had special prices for the show?

> > -Andrea

 
 
 

New to me on-line fabric store

Post by TerriLee in W » Thu, 23 Oct 2003 04:08:17


Very nice.  Look like road trip to me!!  Something to do in January,
after all the holiday maddness.  Anybody from W. Wa. state want to go
along?

Quote:

> Hi All:

> After buying some gorgeous batiks from BJ's Fabrics and Quilts at the
> Pacific International Quilt Show, I visited their web site.  They
> don't have a shopping cart, but you can buy from them through sending
> an e-mail.  Anyway, they have a lot of really beautiful
> top-of-the-line fabric on sale for $4.50 a yard.  As an example, they
> have a lot of fossil ferns for sale at this price.

> Just though I would let you all know.  I'm not associated with them in
> any way other than being impressed by their prices.

> http://www.bjsfabricsquilts.com/index.html

> Mardi
> Real e-mail address spelled out to prevent spam.  mardi at mardiweb dot com.
> ____________________

> My Quilting page: http://www.mardiweb.com/quilts/MardiQuilts.html
> Paint Shop Pro tutorials: http://www.mardiweb.com/web
> Low-Fat Lifestyle Forum: http://www.mardiweb.com/lowfat

--
TerriLee Bishop in WA (state) USA
(opinions are wholly owned by the author and don't represent anything)
;-)
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New to me on-line fabric store

Post by Neee » Thu, 23 Oct 2003 08:52:10


Quote:
>Anybody from W. Wa. state want to go
>along?

mebbe so :-) Holler at me via email with a real obvious subject, lest you get
"binned"
-- Jean S