Friday, July 30, 2010

Fabric Store List - NEED YOUR HELP

We're starting a list of all the independent FABRIC STORES located throughout the United States.

We'd love to have your help at "finding" all of them!!


If you know of any...please leave a comment with the following info:

~Store's Name
~Address
~Telephone #
~Store's Website & email (if you know of it!)


ALSO.....
We'd love to add ONLINE FABRIC stores (USA) to our list!!
So, please leave a comment with the website & name of any online stores!!


Thanks,
and we'd love if you would SHARE THIS POST - to help spread the word!!

We'll try to post updated lists from time to time!!

Thanks,
Jennifer :)


Also...on a side note....I need some extra PATTERN TESTERS!!



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4 comments:

MooMommy said...

Sew What's New Fabric Ctr
(845) 358-3000

263 Main St
Nyack, NY 10960

http://newyork.citysearch.com/profile/7299648/nyack_ny/sew_what_s_new_fabric_ctr.html is not its web page but has a little info.
It's a cool store and has fabric at wider widths than most places. A lot of theaters in NYC go there to get their fabric. They seem to have a little of everything! How they can find anything always amazes me!
Edith

one review:
Most comprehensive collection of fabric ANYWHERE
by Amy Smith at Citysearch

Sew What's New is more that a store that sells material-it's a FABRIC EMPORIUM. There is such a large quantity and variety of quality fabric that you must conclude that the proprietor is a lover of good fabric. There isn't any usual or unique fabric that is not sold here!.....If you are a Men's clothier and you wish to purchase a fine blend for a tailored suit, this is the place. If you want to sew a quilt for an infant, this is the place. If the maker of a Period production requires rich, heavy fabrics to evoke an ambiance of times past, this is the place!..... If you are searching for quality, eclectic buttons, you will find an incredible array of buttons. Both the Owner and her assistant(s) are friendly and know much about fabric. If you love to create with fabric, don't walk, run to Sew What's New.....If you live a long distance away, it's worth the flight to experience these fabrics!
Pros: A feast for the imagination for sewing creations
Cons: Rarely a quick shop- must have some time



--- In SewDelightfulDesigns@yahoogroups.com, "crafty4010" wrote:
>
> Hi! (I hope this is ok to post on this list!!)
>
> ****Please respond to me DIRECTLY, so it does NOT clog up this list.****
> ****I will post a link to this list when it's finished (or during the process also)****
>
> Some friends and I have started compiling a list of as many of the independent fabric stores in the US as we can find!
>
> Reason we started this??!!
> Well, after having lived my whole life near Hershey, PA (in the PA Dutch Country area - where there's TONS of shops)...I moved to NY about 5 years ago.
> Since I've been in NY, I've found out from the shop owners up here about a few fabric stores from PA that I never even knew existed!!
>
> So...some friends (who all live in different locales, and have discovered the same thing - there's stores out there near them that they didn't know existed) and I have decided to start compiling a list of stores throughout the US. (Which will also help if anyone ever goes on vacation and wants to find the local stores!!)
>
> I'm asking for your help!! If you could please email me ( thecraftbarn@... ) with the following info:
> -Store name
> -Address
> -Phone #
> -Stores's Website & email (if possible)
>
> Also would like any online fabric shops - (same reason!!)
>
> Please respond to me directly - with "Quilt shop list" as the subject!!
> Thanks,
> Jennifer Heagy
> http://www.thecraftbarn-ny.blogspot.com
>

MooMommy said...

Sew What's New Fabric Ctr
(845) 358-3000

263 Main St
Nyack, NY 10960

http://newyork.citysearch.com/profile/7299648/nyack_ny/sew_what_s_new_fabric_ctr.html is not its web page but has a little info.
It's a cool store and has fabric at wider widths than most places. A lot of theaters in NYC go there to get their fabric. They seem to have a little of everything! How they can find anything always amazes me!
Edith

one review:
Most comprehensive collection of fabric ANYWHERE
by Amy Smith at Citysearch

Sew What's New is more that a store that sells material-it's a FABRIC EMPORIUM. There is such a large quantity and variety of quality fabric that you must conclude that the proprietor is a lover of good fabric. There isn't any usual or unique fabric that is not sold here!.....If you are a Men's clothier and you wish to purchase a fine blend for a tailored suit, this is the place. If you want to sew a quilt for an infant, this is the place. If the maker of a Period production requires rich, heavy fabrics to evoke an ambiance of times past, this is the place!..... If you are searching for quality, eclectic buttons, you will find an incredible array of buttons. Both the Owner and her assistant(s) are friendly and know much about fabric. If you love to create with fabric, don't walk, run to Sew What's New.....If you live a long distance away, it's worth the flight to experience these fabrics!
Pros: A feast for the imagination for sewing creations
Cons: Rarely a quick shop- must have some time



--- In SewDelightfulDesigns@yahoogroups.com, "crafty4010" wrote:
>
> Hi! (I hope this is ok to post on this list!!)
>
> ****Please respond to me DIRECTLY, so it does NOT clog up this list.****
> ****I will post a link to this list when it's finished (or during the process also)****
>
> Some friends and I have started compiling a list of as many of the independent fabric stores in the US as we can find!
>
> Reason we started this??!!
> Well, after having lived my whole life near Hershey, PA (in the PA Dutch Country area - where there's TONS of shops)...I moved to NY about 5 years ago.
> Since I've been in NY, I've found out from the shop owners up here about a few fabric stores from PA that I never even knew existed!!
>
> So...some friends (who all live in different locales, and have discovered the same thing - there's stores out there near them that they didn't know existed) and I have decided to start compiling a list of stores throughout the US. (Which will also help if anyone ever goes on vacation and wants to find the local stores!!)
>
> I'm asking for your help!! If you could please email me ( thecraftbarn@... ) with the following info:
> -Store name
> -Address
> -Phone #
> -Stores's Website & email (if possible)
>
> Also would like any online fabric shops - (same reason!!)
>
> Please respond to me directly - with "Quilt shop list" as the subject!!
> Thanks,
> Jennifer Heagy
> http://www.thecraftbarn-ny.blogspot.com
>

MooMommy said...

Sew What's New Fabric Ctr
(845) 358-3000

263 Main St
Nyack, NY 10960

http://tinyurl.com/2ef3ye9 is not its web page but has a little info.
It's a cool store and has fabric at wider widths than most places. A lot of theaters in NYC go there to get their fabric. They seem to have a little of everything! How they can find anything always amazes me!
Edith

one review:
Most comprehensive collection of fabric ANYWHERE
by Amy Smith at Citysearch

Sew What's New is more that a store that sells material-it's a FABRIC EMPORIUM. There is such a large quantity and variety of quality fabric that you must conclude that the proprietor is a lover of good fabric. There isn't any usual or unique fabric that is not sold here!.....If you are a Men's clothier and you wish to purchase a fine blend for a tailored suit, this is the place. If you want to sew a quilt for an infant, this is the place. If the maker of a Period production requires rich, heavy fabrics to evoke an ambiance of times past, this is the place!..... If you are searching for quality, eclectic buttons, you will find an incredible array of buttons. Both the Owner and her assistant(s) are friendly and know much about fabric. If you love to create with fabric, don't walk, run to Sew What's New.....If you live a long distance away, it's worth the flight to experience these fabrics!
Pros: A feast for the imagination for sewing creations
Cons: Rarely a quick shop- must have some time



--- In SewDelightfulDesigns@yahoogroups.com, "crafty4010" wrote:
>
> Hi! (I hope this is ok to post on this list!!)
>
> ****Please respond to me DIRECTLY, so it does NOT clog up this list.****
> ****I will post a link to this list when it's finished (or during the process also)****
>
> Some friends and I have started compiling a list of as many of the independent fabric stores in the US as we can find!
>
> Reason we started this??!!
> Well, after having lived my whole life near Hershey, PA (in the PA Dutch Country area - where there's TONS of shops)...I moved to NY about 5 years ago.
> Since I've been in NY, I've found out from the shop owners up here about a few fabric stores from PA that I never even knew existed!!
>
> So...some friends (who all live in different locales, and have discovered the same thing - there's stores out there near them that they didn't know existed) and I have decided to start compiling a list of stores throughout the US. (Which will also help if anyone ever goes on vacation and wants to find the local stores!!)
>
> I'm asking for your help!! If you could please email me ( thecraftbarn@... ) with the following info:
> -Store name
> -Address
> -Phone #
> -Stores's Website & email (if possible)
>
> Also would like any online fabric shops - (same reason!!)
>
> Please respond to me directly - with "Quilt shop list" as the subject!!
> Thanks,
> Jennifer Heagy
> http://www.thecraftbarn-ny.blogspot.com
>

TheCraftBarn said...

MooMommy left this comment on 8/9/10 @ 5:55 PM - it didn't show up so I'm adding it myself:
Thanks, MooMommy!!

Sew What's New Fabric Ctr
(845) 358-3000

263 Main St
Nyack, NY 10960

http://newyork.citysearch.com/profile/7299648/nyack_ny/sew_what_s_new_fabric_ctr.html is not its web page but has a little info.
It's a cool store and has fabric at wider widths than most places. A lot of theaters in NYC go there to get their fabric. They seem to have a little of everything! How they can find anything always amazes me!
Edith

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