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Re: Fabric stores
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There is also a fabric store downtown on Grove Street, its upholstery fabric and also there is a spot on Pacific street next to Carteret Ave. The one on Grove is pretty small, but Pacific street is pretty major. Good Luck!

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Anyone know where the closest fabric store is that has a big selection? I've driven to Fabricland in No Plainfield but was wondering if there was a closer one?


If proximity is your priority, P&S Fabrics is walkable from the WTC PATH station. It's not a huge shop but the selection is decent and the prices are pretty good. It's also a good place to get cheap yarn.

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Walk around the Garment District/FIT you will run into a bunch of places.

Of course, I would recommend you go to Mood.

As Tim Gunn would say, "make it work".


Luv that show. :)

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Zarin or joes fabric lower east side NYC over 9k sq ft of fabric

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Anyone know where the closest fabric store is that has a big selection? I've driven to Fabricland in No Plainfield but was wondering if there was a closer one?

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I like the place across from the post office on Bergen Ave, it has some interesting stuff, you have to look around in there, its very narrow.

I also go to Fabric Warehouse in Rahway, but they have mostly remants 1-4 yards of various types, craft fabrics, drapery, velvet, challis. Some are on bolts, but the rest is stacked up on long tables like you would stack your linen closet. If you get on their mailing list, they will alert you of the various sales, 30, 40 & 50% off. There are 3 stores, Rahway, Belleville and somewhere in PA. They also have patterns. Their website:

http://fabricwarehousedirect.com

There is also a fabric store behind the dry cleaner on Montomery near Bergen Ave, but I have never been in it. Looks nice from the outside.

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In the Heights section near Zabriskie St.

Alma's Fabric
942 Summit Avenue
Jersey City, N.J .
07307-3744

(201) 659-6277

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Theres a little spot on Bergen Ave by Journal Square across the street from the post office. Theres also the Indian neighborhood going down Newark Ave from Kennedy Blvd. There are some very pretty sari shops and fabrics for reasonable prices.

Then theres always the garment district in NYC 40th-37th streets between 8th ave & Broadway.

Good luck

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Anyone know where there is a good store for fabric and patterns? That fabric store on Grove closed years ago, and rag shop in Secaucus closed a while back, too. I have no idea where to go!!!!

Posted on: 2009/1/22 21:25
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