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« on: August 06, 2006 05:45:07 PM »

Anyone been here? I am going to San Jose on Wednesday and was thinking of diverting the trip a bit to stop here, but don't want to be wasting time. Does anyone know of any other good fabric or craft stores in San Jose? I know that there is  a Jo-ann's, Michael's and two Hancock's. But I can go to those locally. I would like to find some new places with nice affordable fabrics.
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« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2006 07:44:51 AM »

Anyone been here? I am going to San Jose on Wednesday and was thinking of diverting the trip a bit to stop here, but don't want to be wasting time. Does anyone know of any other good fabric or craft stores in San Jose? I know that there is  a Jo-ann's, Michael's and two Hancock's. But I can go to those locally. I would like to find some new places with nice affordable fabrics.

I tried finding this store not long ago, but only found an empty storefront.  Unless they moved somewhere else, they look to be out of business.

You've covered most of the fabric stores, aside from a few quilting stores here and there.  If you can make a trip down to Santa Cruz, there's a great store there called Hart's Fabric that has an amazing selection.  Prices are decent, and they carry home and regular fabrics as well as notions and patterns.
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« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2007 11:14:33 AM »

Fabric R Us still exists at the corner of Berryessa Rd. and Lundy Ave. They have expanded their fabric inventory so that they have two stores in the same little plaza now! You can tell that they are open if:
1) their doors are open, and
2) they have rolls of fabric outside to buy as well.
My mom goes there for all of her fabric needs. We used to go to Hancock's by Mckee's until it closed down. I don't know what the variety and quality of their fabrics are. I'm sorry I can't be of any more help and that I couldn't get this reply back to you sooner.
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