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Subject: Anyone know what "electric" blue is? and where to find some?

in velvet thanks!
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Date Posted: Sunday, March 08, 05:41:30pm

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Lol, my bridesmaids wore Electric Blue back in the 80's (NT):)Monday, March 09, 09:54:13pm

Are you really sure you want velvet? A more current fabric such as types of satin, gabardine or even sequins might be easier to find in electric blue (NT).Tuesday, March 10, 04:00:14am

Its impossible to find a shade of blue as bright as "electric blue" in satin or velvet. I have tried for years! You can find brigther turquoise satins and stretch velvets, and I would order swatches from as many companies as possible and go from there. (NT)good luck!Wednesday, March 11, 06:45:19am

http://www.syfabrics.com/View.aspx/Plush-Triple-Velvet/Royal-Blue-Plush-Triple-Velvet/690/264 (NT)Close enough?Tuesday, March 17, 04:43:07pm

We decided to go with royal velvet. (NT)Thanks !Tuesday, March 17, 07:08:40pm

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