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pavlova
« on: September 06, 2004 04:53:27 PM »

Hello. forgive my complete inept-ness in terms of knowing where to buy crafty stuff, but...

I was wondering if anyone knew of any good fabric stores who would stock cordrouy.
I went to John Lewis (actually called Robert Sayle) in Cambridge, and all they had were floral prints, chiffon, thin denim... but no cord.
I will look in the London branch next time i'm down there, but does anybody know of any other good fabric stores in London?
otherwise it looks like buying lots of cord jeans from charity stores and dying them...
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