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1  Ohio / Ohio: Southwest / Re: New to area on: April 20, 2009 11:18:28 AM
You might look at Waynesville, which is not too far from Xenia, south on 42.    Others have recommended the Fabric Shack, but I have not visited yet. 
http://www.fabricshack.com/about.htm

I was going to recommend the Stitching Post in Centerville, but just saw that they are closing.  You may want to check out their closing sale. http://stitchingpostsale.com/

2  Ohio / Ohio: Southwest / Re: Cincinnati Area Craft/Quilt/Fabric shops on: April 20, 2009 11:09:10 AM
FYI, St Theresa Textile Trove relocated from Main Street in OTR to Hamilton Avenue in College Hill a few years ago. It is across from Goody's, on the same block as LaRosas.

http://www.sttheresatextile.com/store.htm

I just discovered this shop recently and recommend a visit!  The shop is not easily found by googling; I just happened to run across a link from another website.  I am trying to tell other crafters, because it is quite a unique shop and I want to be sure Cinicnnatians know there are some independent fabric sources.  I had not found any local and had been ordering from etsy and other sites. 

The shop has a nice selections of oilcloth, Japanese cottons, batiks, African tiedye and a huge selection of beads.  There is also a selection of Amy Butler, Tina Givens, Joel Dewberry and some other designers.  There are baskets full of fat quarters, a nice way to try new fabrics and patterns.  The website has a nice catalog of fabric selections.  The shop also offers some sewing and beading classes, although I have not tried them yet. 
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