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Kristine Smith Posted: Fri, Jun 15 2012 3:35 PM

Does anyone have a source for camouflage quilting fabric? My husband has stated very clearly that it's "his turn" for a quilt and was specific on his fabric request. I purchased "Realtree" fabric that turns out to be canvas. I hesitate to combine it in a quilt with traditional quilting fabric. Does anyone have any tips on how to successfully combine into a quilt or where I can purchase true quilting fabric in a realistic camouflage pattern? Thank you.

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Vivian replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 3:45 PM

I have seen it in several stores.  It can't be that hard to find.  Comes in pink (don't think he'd like that, though!!) grey etc etc.  can you google?

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Jacy replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 5:22 PM

I think I've seen some at Joann Fabrics too.

 

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My quilt shop carries both the "ordinary" camoflage fabric plus the "digital" kind like the military uses so I am sure you would be able to find quilting cotton like that on the internet. 

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Diana replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 6:02 PM

If you go to www.fabshophop.com     there is a search engine there.   Just key in camouflage and it will search about 200 shops for you.  Look thru and find the fabric you want at the price you like.  Some shops have different prices so look thru the whole list.   Click on picture and it will take you right to the shop and you can order it.  It's great when you are searching for a particular print, etc.  Good Luck.

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chocake2 replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 6:53 PM

Try J & O Fabric. They even have some camo with mud-flap girls on it. Pretty racey. LOL

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here's a link of camouflage fabric that you might like. Hope this helps you

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Barbara replied on Wed, Jul 10 2013 6:34 AM

Kristine,I know they have some at Hancock's Fabric. if you have one near you . I would try and avoid the stuff they have at Walmart as it is not a good weave on the fabric. Barbara

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Patti replied on Wed, Jul 10 2013 9:14 AM

check out equilter.com   search for camouflage, north woods, or landscape fabrics. 

Patti

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