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beo | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

Does anyone recall which Threads issue had the article about fabric stores in Portland Or?

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  1. cafms | | #1

    January 09 # 140 pg 74.

    1. rsew | | #2

      I'm traveling to Portland this month and will be visiting my favorited fabric stores.

      The Mill End; Fabric Depot; Pendelton Store; Bolt & list of others.

      I'm lovin it!

      Sherry

      1. beo | | #4

        Have great fun and SPEND!

    2. beo | | #3

      Thank you!  Has anyone been to Josephine's Dry Goods or The Button Emporium?  My husband and I are taking a road trip...we'll be in Portland for two days before heading up to Seattle.  The two stores are near to each other and downtown.   

      1. rsew | | #5

        Yes, I have been there.  Josephines' is a great independent fabric store with some great choices of high end fabrics and the button emporium is also a great place to visit.  Enjoy!!

        Sherry

        1. beo | | #6

          Sherry;

          I am so excited!  Thank you for confirming my choices.  Do you know of one GREAT fabric store in Seattle?  Or a web site that offers unique oriental fabric?

          Kate aka Beo

          1. rsew | | #7

            No, but you might google Seattle fabric stores and see what you can find! Have fun!

            Sherry

          2. Ckbklady | | #11

            I haven't been to either in a long while, but you could look up the following:

            NANCY'S SEWING BASKET is in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. Lovely higher-end garment fabrics. I bought a couple of wonderful silk and wool lengths from them last year at the Sew Expo in Puyallup, WA.

            THINGS JAPANESE in Kirkland, WA is over the bridge in a city that is a suburb of Seattle. I've also seen them at Sew Expo. Wonderful selection!

            :) Ckbklady

          3. beo | | #12

            Thank you so much!  This is going to be a wonderful trip!  Will talk to all the end of September.

      2. MaryinColorado | | #8

        I hope you have a wonderful trip and will share what you discover!  Mary

        1. beo | | #9

          Thank you all!  My husband asked me last night which sewing machine I was going to take on our trip.  He joked that he didn't think he could handle sewing DTs!

          1. MaryinColorado | | #10

            Ha ha ha!  That's a great one!  Mary

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