I was in Webster Groves, Missouri last week and thought I’d stock up on some modern solids at Fabric Nosherie. Of course, there was collateral damage–I am a fabric hoarder.
I couldn’t resist this squirrel & nuts fabric from David Walker’s Get Together collection–I love their comma tails. I bought a couple of fat quarters of it.
Given my family’s embrace of all things amphibian, I had to get a chunk of turtle fabric from Aneela Hoey’s Little Apples collection too.
Fabric Nosherie carries a great selection of fabrics including Laura Gunn, Amy Butler and a variety of prints from Japan–talk about eye candy. It is hard to resist. You can also find cool buttons, patterns, books, quilting tools, ribbon, and embroidery floss.
Shannon, the store’s owner, is welcoming and knowledgeable, and she offers sewing classes for the beginner to the not-so-beginner. The store just celebrated its first birthday this past weekend. I enjoy shopping local stores–Fabric Nosherie allows me to feed my fabric habit and feel good while doing it!
Yesterday a friend told me about a store that just happens to also be in Webster Groves, Red Lead Paperworks, where I can find Diamond Glaze for a project I am working on. It is located down the street from Fabric Nosherie (how convenient!) and carries scrapbook supplies and other crafty items.
I feel another trip to Webster Groves coming on . . .