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« on: August 13, 2005 09:00:01 AM »

Greetings!

I just moved to Pullman from North Dakota for grad school and am wondering if there are any good supply stores in the area.  I would probably consider Spokane in the area, maybe Coeur d'Alene as well.  If not, I'll have to make a point to stock up when I go back home for a visit.
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« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2005 12:18:51 PM »

First off I am so sorry you had to move there.  I just moved away from there 1 month ago.  My husband finally finished school. Undecided

I guess it matters what crafts you do. 

Scrapbooking -- Paperpals on Grand Ave. (in Pullman) Next to the thrift shop

Yarn - Needle Nook in Moscow.  (I can not remember the street name just downtown)  They have weird hours so I could only go when I was not working. 

Other things - Micheal and Joanne's in  Moscow at the Palouse Mall (if you can call it a mall); Wal-Mart in Moscow has a few things but not a lot. 

There is not really anything else there unless you go to Spokane.  I just always went to visit my parents in the Tri-Cities and stocked up there.   

Sorry to dis on Pullman it is just if you are not going to school there is nothing to do.  I moved from Seattle and it was a big shock.

I hope this helps.
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« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2005 12:00:15 PM »

Pullman also has a Dollar Tree -- they have some interesting stuff relating to weddings that you can find in expensive stores (Moscow also has one)

~~~~ most of the thrift stores have closed down, but right next to Paper pals, there is the humane society thrift store, and I know that they have some other interesting goods. Hmmm..... also, if you're interested in glass, there's also Ra Glass just down the street.

And, of course, Moscow/Pullman building supply. You'd be surprised.


And I love Pullman! Been here about a year, and it's SO MUCH BETTER than southern Idaho.....
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« Reply #3 on: October 13, 2005 10:42:31 PM »

Thanks for the tips!  I've gotten accustomed to the area now that it's been a few months, but I've hardly seen any of the town at all.  The Express bus runs right by my apartment so I go to school, then back home, etc.  I don't know where any of those places are, but now I have a reason to go out exploring!
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« Reply #4 on: October 14, 2005 01:39:18 PM »

Actually, the downtown area has a Goodwill, too.... ummm..... Oh, goodness, I can't remember the street name for the Ra Glass place...

South Grand. Yes.
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« Reply #5 on: February 15, 2009 10:09:43 AM »

Is there anywhere in the Pullman/Moscow area that has classes on learning to sew clothing? I can already sew okay, but I have no clue how to tackle using a pattern and altering it to fit me..... and I don't have time in my class schedule to do any of those types of classes through WSU (if WSU even has those...).
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« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2009 12:14:57 AM »

for classes you could try the quilting store in moscow...it's right next to the needle nook, i don't remember what it's called.  i'm not sure if they have clothing sewing classes, but i'm pretty sure they at least have quilting sewing classes.  you could also try auditing a sewing class as WSU or UI if you dont have time in your schedule.
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« Reply #7 on: February 26, 2009 12:33:15 PM »

Thanks for the suggestions, I'll have to check those out!
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