LolliPopsFabrics

Fabric, long-arm quilting, custom T-shirt/memory quilts

Roswell, Georgia
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Announcement    Thanks for visiting our online store. Kathy and Robert Mullis, known as Lolli and Pop to our grandchildren. We are excited to provide you with a large selection of quilt shop quality fabrics, long-arm quilting and custom T-shirt and memory quilts. LolliPops Fabrics supports Quilts of Valor www.qovf.org with longarm quilting services.

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Last updated on May 13, 2022

Thanks for visiting our online store. Kathy and Robert Mullis, known as Lolli and Pop to our grandchildren. We are excited to provide you with a large selection of quilt shop quality fabrics, long-arm quilting and custom T-shirt and memory quilts. LolliPops Fabrics supports Quilts of Valor www.qovf.org with longarm quilting services.

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About LolliPopsFabrics

Sales 21,934
On Etsy since 2017

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