For anyone who knows me, shopping at fabric stores is NOT my thing. But I’m pretty easy-going so my crafty friend dragged me along to buy stuff for her latest project. First stop, Discount Fabrics on Irving. Surprising, but I actually found some black cloth from that leftover scrap bin (I think there’s a fancy word for it). I’m going to try to use it as a background or something.
Then we stopped off at Fabrix, where the prices were actually cheaper. The lady working at the time wasn’t actually the owner, but she said I could take pictures in the store so long as I didn’t photograph her. I had written her name on the store’s business card but then I lost it. I really should write this stuff down in my notebook instead. Here are two shots from inside the store.
Then we headed downtown to Britex Fabrics near Union Square. I didn’t know there was a fabric store there and boy is it fancy–at least the first floor is. I thoroughly enjoyed the wooden ladders and rolls of fabric along the wall organized by color, so I couldn’t help but ask if I can take a picture of it.
We didn’t buy anything there though because it was a little too expensive for us. Not that I was looking to buy more fabric anyways. See what happens when it’s too rainy and cold outdoors? I’m forced to take pictures indoors. Ha.
yay for fabric stores…and yay for hanging out!! thanks for coming with! the pics look excellent! :)
i expect you now to be an expert on fabrics.
i love neatly organized fabric :)
heya, if you ever get a good city shot/bridge shot up in the city, could you send it my way? I'm in need of a new desktop bg, and it would remind me of you everytime I turn on the compo :D
i love the colors Jen! it makes me want to search out a fabric store in austin just to see all the colors….btw, checked out your friend's blog and what a sewer she is!
thanks for all the kind words, you guys!
I dunno… This post is definitely More Girly Than Geeky…