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Sari Fabric in London?

jatman | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

I’ll be traveling to London after Christmas this year and was wondering if anyone had a source for any ethnic fabrics in London?  Is Berwick Street a good source for this type of fabric or is there another part of the city that would be better?

Thank you!

JT

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  1. olivia | | #1

    Try Brick Lane, or Wembley High Street

    1. jatman | | #3

      Thank you very much!

      JT

  2. suesew | | #2

    If you go to Bethnel Green there is a street there that has many Indian store selling saris. I bought several beautiful ones to use the fabric. And they were very reasonably priced. I think I paid $13 for 5yds that I used to make my "mother of the bride" dress. Bethnel Green is in the east end. You can take the tube to Bethnel Green and then walk back toward the center of town on Bethnel Green road. Its also fun to go to the Museum of Childhood - lots of toys and dolls and dollhouses. If you take a bus to get there you will ride right past the stores for several blocks and you can see what you would be going back to. Any good bus map will get you there. It's not the richest part of town, but I have always felt perfectly safe there.

    1. jatman | | #4

      Thank you very much!

      JT

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