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« on: December 01, 2007 12:49:38 PM »

Anyone know if/where you can buy Japanese fabrics in montreal? I'm getting sick of the same old fabrics they always have at fabricville (and it seems St Hubert just has more of the same...)

suggestions, peeps?

« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2009 07:21:53 PM »

THe only way you will get this kind of fabrics is to go in china town. I think there are some shops that sells asian prints fabrics.

The only store that sells nice japanese print fabrics is Madeleine Soie et Laine on St-hubert. 6394 St-Hubert

But the best japanese fabrics i've seen is on etsy.com.

Hope this helps
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« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2009 06:47:32 PM »

This is a non-direct reply to your question . . . but here I go.

There is a Japanese Paperie on Fairmont by St. Laurent that has amazing printed and non printed papers. And I mean amazing. Maybe if you gave that place a call or go in the women who run the shop would have some ideas of where to get some Japanese printed fabrics.

There is also a place in the village around Papineu or Beaudry . . . I always walk so cannot remember the exact location . . . that has tons of great fashion and home decor fabrics that are different from the norm. They have many sparkley type things because (I've been told) there is a good drag queen market there, but if you search around there are some wonderful things to be discovered.

Cheers, and let me know if any of this has worked out for you.
This store has a display of fabrics that they sell in picture frames above the door and is on the North side of St Catherine's.
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