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Old 08-03-2010, 06:46 PM   #1
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I know that SU is carrying fat quarters in their new holiday mini. Does anyone know who manufactures it for them? If I can find out the manufacturer, I can guage the quality!! Thanks!! (I tried to google and nothing came up!)
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I don't think that SU has told us (demonostrators) who the manufacturer is.
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I would be interested in knowing also.
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I wonder if the fat quarters have the selvage on them or if it's trimmed off.
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I wonder if the fat quarters have the selvage on them or if it's trimmed off.
Then it would be less than a fat quarter.
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Then it would be less than a fat quarter.
The fat quarters are a bit oversized from what has been stated so if they cut off the salvage it would still measure within a fat quarter...............
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My thought is that everything SU sells is top quality and I don't think the fabric will be any different. I am not a demo just a fan of SU.
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My thought is that everything SU sells is top quality and I don't think the fabric will be any different. I am not a demo just a fan of SU.

I want to believe so, but the fabric world is different from the papercrafting world!! I wonder if this is going to be a trend...Basic Grey hooked up with Moda, too. I would love it if the fabric was manufactured by Moda, but that might be a dream!!
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As far as I know there has been nothing posted telling us who the manufacturer is. But, I do agree that they do try to go high quality.. And my preorder came today so I am sure that others will have theirs today too and will be able to tell you more.
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Fabric is not like paper. Paper weights are clearly noted on the package--80 wt or 120 wt or whatever. There is no easily visible notation on cotton fabric to designate thread count or weave quality. The stuff on the flat fold tables at discount fabric stores selling for $5/yd is NOT the same quality as the higher-end fabric from, say, Hoffman that you see at quilt shops for $12/yd. Having said that, I have confidence that SU would not sell cheap, poorly made fabric.
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I just got my fabric preorder today. It is a bit larger than a fat quarter. It measures 18 X 28 (as opposed to 18 X 22). There is no selvage. It is 100% cotton.

The packaging says that it's made in China (the largest producer of cotton fabric). I called SU and the lady I spoke to said that they weren't told who manufactured it.

The colors match really well to the cardstock.

I've purchased fabric from all sorts of places from WalMart to Jo-Ann Fabrics to some not-so-cheap quilt boutiques. I would say that I'm very satisfied with the quality of the material. I can't wait to use it.
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ok, I'll bite.

what the heck is a fat quarter and does it involve brownies or cash??
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maybe it is something to do with Fat Tuesday???
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I was just going to ask the same thing. I have no idea what a fat quarter is. I know what a solid quarter is but it doesn't have anything to do with fabric.
Ok, I'll bite. What's a solid quarter?
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It's when a yard of 44 inch wide material is cut into fourths. It's used by quilters. That way they can have a wider selection of fabrics for less money.
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what the heck is a fat quarter and does it involve brownies or cash??
Cotton fabrics are normally 44/45" wide. If you go into a fabric store and ask for a quarter of a yard of fabric from the bolt, they will measure 9" and cut from fold to selvage edge, which ends up being a long skinny piece that measures 9 x 44". However, quilters and other crafters sometimes can get more mileage out of a quarter yard of fabric if it is cut differently. Lots of quilt stores therefore sell fat quarters. To make a fat quarter, they measure 18" and cut across the fabric, then open it up and cut on the foldline. The fat quarter ends up measuring 18" x 22". Either way, you have 396 square inches of fabric.
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Cotton fabrics are normally 44/45" wide. If you go into a fabric store and ask for a quarter of a yard of fabric from the bolt, they will measure 9" and cut from fold to selvage edge, which ends up being a long skinny piece that measures 9 x 44". However, quilters and other crafters sometimes can get more mileage out of a quarter yard of fabric if it is cut differently. Lots of quilt stores therefore sell fat quarters. To make a fat quarter, they measure 18" and cut across the fabric, then open it up and cut on the foldline. The fat quarter ends up measuring 18" x 22". Either way, you have 396 square inches of fabric.
you are a math wizard. I bow to your brains! thanks
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What's the cost of SU's fat quarters? Is it sold by the piece?
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What's the cost of SU's fat quarters? Is it sold by the piece?
You get three coordinating designs in an extra wide fat quarter size for $9.95.
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The colors in "Candy Cane Christmas" are Real Red, Baja Breeze, Blushing Bride, and Garden Green.
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And what are you supposed to do with the SU's fat quarters?
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Anything you can dream up. People have been using thier big shots for quilting for a long time. People have done rag purses, pins/brooches. I'm going to make Christmas ornaments...you can really make anything you can come up with. It does come with an idea/instruction book as well with like 5 or 6 project ideas and directions as well. You will probably be seeing projects here and on peoples blogs soon!
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I use fat quarters for making album covers. If you are making albums in 8" x 8" size, a fat quarter will get you two covers, a spine and some left over for cardmaking. I love to use a piece of cheery cloth on a card and you can make your own fabric flowers too.
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Use in place of DP
Make coordinating cards/fabric gifts (i.e. purses, cell phone cases, yadda yadda)
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subbing. I so want to try the new fabric - with added adhesive
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what the heck is a fat quarter and does it involve brownies or cash??
This website shows you what a fat quarter is:

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So informative. I'm subbing to this thread ecause now that I'm an SU Demo and SU is offering fabric, this info has already helped me immensely so I can answer questions of any customers that want to order the fabric from the mini...that is when I finally get customers...LOL. Hosting an open house make and take on 8/29 to see how many friends/family are interested. Wish me luck.
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If I were in any way whatsoever remotely interested in making holiday gifts this year( not even gonna put up a tree let alone decorate.. my lone nod to the season will be the right Scentsy bars)

I would use them as toppers for those mason jar gifts.., cookies in a jar, etc. add a coordinated bunch of recipe cards using the matching DP and cs and there ya go.

yes I will be buying 2 or 3 packages of the fabric and DP even though I am doing nothing this year.. give me something to do all next winter.

Oh and I know nothing about what size you need for anything, but hey they may be big enough to make placemats. My MiL is the sewer/quilter in the family.
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If I were in any way whatsoever remotely interested in making holiday gifts this year( not even gonna put up a tree let alone decorate.. my lone nod to the season will be the right Scentsy bars)

I would use them as toppers for those mason jar gifts.., cookies in a jar, etc. add a coordinated bunch of recipe cards using the matching DP and cs and there ya go.

yes I will be buying 2 or 3 packages of the fabric and DP even though I am doing nothing this year.. give me something to do all next winter.

Oh and I know nothing about what size you need for anything, but hey they may be big enough to make placemats. My MiL is the sewer/quilter in the family.

That's a great idea...I may have to steal that!! And, enclose the fabric with SU ribbon!!
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ok, question - Instead of paining a canvas, or adding DSP to it - can I use the fabric, and if so, how do I glue or tape it down?

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thanks!

I think they will be selling some sort of transfer (iron on, maybe) to make it stick.
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what the heck is a fat quarter and does it involve brownies or cash??
THIS gave me good chuckle this morning Thank you!! lol.

What a fun new item SU! has brought on board...hmmmm...
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I am a quilter and was SO excited to see fabric! I ordered all of it and am making log cabin Christmas stockings. My order will be here tomorrow and I will probably make one tomorrow. Will post the results!

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Patty's blog has some pictures of projects with the fabric:
Patty's Stamping Spot: Stampin' Up! Convention - More Fun Fabric Projects
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Fabric - WOW! I only wish that this had been available before this. Would love to have fabric to match some of my favorite DP in the past.
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