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Football material   General Discussion

Started Oct-10 by viola (sissly4); 393 views.

From: judyinohio


These fabrics I sent links about are for sale by individual people, they are not shops.

They are people like me.

It's okay to buy from Etsy sellers, Viola.  Just imagine that someone like Judy in Ohio is trying to "thin out the herd" of fabrics on her shelves and is selling fabrics a  yard or two at a time on Etsy.  There is nothing illegal or "bad" about using Etsy.

I have bought a hand-made purse from a woman in Russia, I have bought lovely polymer clay bowls from a woman in Israel, I have bought a pair of earrings made from ancient Roman glass and sterling silver from another woman in Israel; I could go on and on about the various things you can buy from Etsy sellers.

It is a whole world of people who do not want to pay the fees charged by eBay and so they use instead.

Viola:  I have had very good results with the online fabric shop  I needed some hockey fabric for my grandson's quilt, and they had some beautiful hockey fabric.  I did find this one football player fabric they have online, but they only have a small amount remaining.  BUT I know that they do re-stock their fabrics, and I get an e-mail from them every time the fabric is back in stock.  I am wondering if this is the kind of fabric you are looking for.  


I see that it is also available online at Fabric Shack -- found through  They have it in an off-white and a black background.  Nice, bright colors.

viola (sissly4)

From: viola (sissly4)


I have bought material from Esty. I have found what I was looking for in my stack. I thought I had use it all. Thanks for your time. I book mark it in case I need it.

viola (sissly4)

From: viola (sissly4)


Thanks for helping me.I seen them but it was not what I was looking for. I found what I was looking for in my stack.