questionswhere is a good place to get fleece material for…

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I saw some good stuff on fabric.com, and https://www.picotextiles.com/ is currently having a BLOWOUT SALE ON SOLID FLEECE. It's an all caps sale, so you know it's good.

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@rprebel: 3 things
1. Edgy was good at www.picotextiles.com.
2. I upvoted your answer but you only have 1 upvote.
3. Thanks!

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@caffeine_dude: The fourth thing is that this question "appears" to have only one comment, and your comment initially had zero votes (one of them is now mine, and I'm guessing the other is yours, catching up to you). I have tattled on the hooker (on her question, and a comment on another question), and both those tattles took at least 30 seconds to complete, after I clicked submit.

Who knows what will happen with the comment, here? I'm crossing my fingers...

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@caffeine_dude: woot is acting wonky isn't it? I'm seeing "answer" counts that don't match the actual comment counts. Right now I swear this thread says 1 answer but there are 2 comments
back on topic, have you checked out Jo-Ann fabrics? They have the occasional sale on fleece

wedit: I posted during shrdlu's comment so the only comments were 2 when I posted. And @shrdlu did you say hooker?oh my!

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@shrdlu: @w00tgurl: I was going to ask a question about the bug but figured someone else who needed the votes would.

@w00tgurl: I was not looking anywhere my wife ask me this question and I said let me think about it : ) I will checkout http://www.joann.com

@shrdlu: why? is the sale over? 8 ) ... I skipped the question. White triangle + downvotes = timewaster. She joined...tomorrow? Maybe we should listen to her.

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@caffeine_dude: wait, who is the hooker? A white triangle person? Clue me in!

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@w00tgurl: I think @shrdlu: was refering to the -6 question (now deleted) name like bigt_ts (replace the blank with an I) saying she took cash. Sorry did not pay much attention. I do not think I even read the question util shrdlu mentioned it. Then I was more fascinated by the fact she joined tomorrow.

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Watch the sales flyers/websites of your local fabric stores. Around here, we have Jo-Ann, Hobby Lobby, and Hancock Fabrics. All of them will put fleece into the regular sale rotation. They also frequently offer coupons for 40% off of regularly-priced items. A cut of fabric counts as an item, so sometimes that's an even better deal than the fleece sales.

Links to the flyer/sale sections of each chain's website:
Jo-Ann: http://joann.shoplocal.com/joannsalesflyer/
Hobby Lobby: http://www.hobbylobby.com/weekly/weekly.cfm
Hancock Fabrics: EDIT: Apparently it won't let me direct link. Go to http://hancockfabrics.com and click "Local Sales Ad" on the sidebar.

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@caffeine_dude: @rainbowshark offers some very useful advice. I'm pretty sure I even saw a Joann's coupon on Deals. Wait a second...

Nope. Nothing current (just a free shipping that ended tonight). Still, that would be my personal number one choice, with Hobby Lobby a close second, since they also have actual stores that you can go to. When I look at the site, there's some pretty good discounts, but only good for in-store, not for online.

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joann's has a 60% off coupon on their website for any regular priced item. Valid sunday (today) only.

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For anyone else following this question. The coupon @kamikazeken mentioned is for instore only. They do have a free shipping coupon for orders over $50 until the 22nd.

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I had the same question at the beginning of the winter when I first wanted to look into a new fabric to work with. I used http://www.yourfleece.com/.. They had a lot of options and specials when I purchased my supplies. Can't believe how much I enjoy working with fleece fabric!

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I second the http://www.yourfleece.com vote. I've been a craft maker for going on 20 years and discovered YourFleece a couple of winters ago. They've got higher quality fabric than what I always got from Joann's or the other big guys, and their prices are really the cheapest around. The key is to sign up for their newsletter or find a coupon code online somewhere, as they offer an extra 15-30% off the sale prices. Anyhow, they converted me with great customer service, pricing and quality, check 'em out!