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Topic: Moving to the Fort - who can I harrass?  (Read 4327 times)
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« Reply #10 on: August 26, 2009 11:11:03 AM »

well I am not there at the moment.  but I will be back in a year.  here is the low down for crafts other than Hobby Lobby and Michaels
for yarn sringtown is the place!  http://stringtownyarn.com/
for fabric main street fabric in van buren http://www.mainstreetfabricsvb.com/ you can get Michael Miller and Amy butler there and she is growing.
also Just for fun fabrics in ft smith http://jfffabrics.com/index.asp best supply of Amy butler
and in Greenwood Mammas log house http://www.mamasloghousequiltshop.com/ very limited hours and way out in the middle of no where buut the bigest selection of fabric in the area make sure you call to make sure they are open before you take the drive!
also in greenwood is http://www.crookedcreekquiltshop.com/ a little more old fashioned but they are famous for long arm quilting.  I have found more in the ft smith area than in fayettville so you just have to know where to look!
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