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JerseyGal
« on: October 17, 2008 12:12:56 PM »

Has anyone had any experience with Stitch N' Sew Centre on East County Line Rd. in Lakewood, NJ?  My husband had to through Lakewood on business and he found this store, stopped, and got a sewing machine part that we have not been able to find anywhere!  He was so impressed with this store that he had to call and tell me about it...but alas! we live in Essex County and don't usually get to Lakewood.  There is a website www.stitchnsewcentre.com.
Now I need to go and check out this place!!  Sounds good.  They have tons of fabric and sell and repair Singer machines and others.  If my husband is impressed with a fabric store, it must be good.  Usually these places give him a big yawn!!
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celticscryer
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2008 09:07:00 AM »

I've never been there, but I will definitely check it out the next time we're visiting my brother in law in Toms River.

If you're looking for Singer parts and service, though, there's a place in Elizabeth that's much closer to your area.  Elizabeth Sewing Machine, Inc. is right by the train station and they carry parts for Singer and Brother machines.  If they don't have a part in stock, they gladly order them for you, too.

http://singernj.com/singer_sewing.html
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stucas
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2009 12:09:46 PM »

I have been several times with my mom, never on a trip for me so I can't say i have paid too much attention to stuff I would need vs the upholstery fabric she gets. That being said it is the biggest fabric store I have ever been to. half the store is more expensive decor fabric and the other half as I remember did have broadcloths, fleece, lace and such. I would defiantly check it out. Its a little too expensive for me (I like to go to Joann's with a coupon, I can't bring myself to pay full price) but it does warrant at least 1 trip.



-Lauren
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MelCap
« Reply #3 on: January 18, 2009 06:19:57 PM »

It has more fabric then you have ever seen in your entire life.  Probably the best way to describe it so you can picture it, is "Fire Hazard"  Cheesy 
- It is that crowded, piled up with stuff, stacked dozens deep,  go with plenty of time and energy to dig!   

They have the most beautiful trims.  gorgeous glass beads etc... wedding gown lace... upholstery fabric a plenty... you name it -- its there --

it isn't a real bargain place-  its a place for finding the fabric you have dreamed up in your head and have been searching for - you will be guaranteed to find it there... and if not - they have about 100 books to chose fabric from, on top of the thousands of rolls of fabric in the store!

It is worth the trip...

enjoy!

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« Reply #4 on: January 19, 2009 08:16:33 PM »

Yes I've been there, more than once.  The people there are super nice, and they usually had what I was looking for.  That's where I go to get nice fabric for formal dresses and whatnot.
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