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Can anyone name this fabric?

Posted by specialkayster (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 16, 10 at 4:32

I'm looking for the name of a fabric that I bought in a quilt shop about 3 years ago. I bought this fabric to make a first dress for my daughter, got too busy and never finished it. Now I'm finishing the dress for a friend's daughter, but I would like to have some of the fabric for sentimental reasons. The fabric is medium rose in color with cream-colored hearts, which have curls at the rounded tops. The hearts are approx 1/4 inch in size. I would scan it and post a picture if I knew how. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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RE: Can anyone name this fabric?

I believe the fabric could be either called Lamour by Sandy Gervais for Moda Fabrics. There are probably 12-15 different heart fabrics in that line. The other is by Loralie Harris it was made for breast cancer awarenss. It definitely has the curly tops but not sure who the manufacturer is I can't recall. Both are high end quilt fabrics. You can go to United for the Moda fabrics. I use a wholesaler that has a link to other fabric manufacturers that may help. It is
I use it when I need a special fabric they can order for me. Hope this helps. Good Luck!

RE: Can anyone name this fabric?

I always use the search engine at

They will show you thumbnails of every fabric in hundreds of quilt shops that meet your search criteria. You can buy it from the shop that has it, usually there are several shops that have it.

This link is to the L'Amour fabric that graciesfire found.

Here is a link that might be useful: Is this it?

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