The fabric shop is called Fabrics R us... and oh my goodness, you have no idea how awesome this place can be. Not until I started sewing and really getting into it, that I realize what a haven this place actually is. Yes, it doesn't have the cute little prints like Joann's or Hancocks. But they have tons and tons of other fabrics, all kinds of silks, dupioni silks, polyesters, cotton blends, fleeces, sequenced fabrics, sari fabric...... the list goes on and on. It's definitely worth the trip, and if you take your time to sort through everything you'll come out on top because the prices are excellent as well. I can't wait to go again. I think I'm gonna make some curtains some time soon.
Check out their reviews on yelp too:
The specific review that hits the nail on the head is a review by a yelper Marlyn A.. So if you go on yelp and check it out, look for her review.
Don't expect superduper excellent customer service, you basically need to know what you want because they're not going to cater to you all day.
Here are some pics from my little visit...
|The selection is so large that there are a few more shops in this strip mall.|
|You can always ask for help to get pointed in the right direction.|
|Tons of notions to sort through, including buttons, lace collars, fasteners.|
|oo! look at that rosey 3d magenta, now image that in several assorted colors! fun stuff!|
|A sequenced mermaid's dream! isles and isles!|
|upholstery fabrics can be found here too!|
|Ton & Tons of threads and ribbons...|
Just thinking about it, I need to go again. oh man... I NEED to go again.
eeeee! i have goosebumps.