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    ANY COOL FABRIC STORES IN THE DALLAS AREA?

    I've been searching for unique fabrics and am really disapointed with what I have seen so far. Everything seems so "blah". If anyone knows of a good fabric store in the Dallas area I would love to know where it is. Appreciate you all!

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    Arg! I can't remember the name! The fabric "Mecca" for Dallas is supposed to be on Harry Hines near Royal, but I can't remember the name! There is a cool store here in Richardson, but they are pricey. I love to go and look though. Such beautiful laces and damask...

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    Try Golden D'Or and Best Fabrics - both on Harry Hines(not too far from Sam Moon if you know where that is). Depending on what you are looking for, both are nice. Personally, I prefer Golden D'Or because they have TONS of fashion fabric and trims(bridal, lycra/dance stuff, suiting, bridal, high end stuff. etc). Best has a lot of decorator fabrics.

    A retail place to try is Kay's in Richardson. It's on Campbell(I think) and Custer? I can't exactly remember the location, but they've been there for years and if you are looking for those sequined patch thingys to put on....well, just about anything, they have it. LOTS of bridal stuff. Fashion fabrics - they don't have much of a turn over(trust me on this one!), but they do have nice stuff(expensive!!!) and lots of high end stuff to drool over (Miepshe11 - is this the place you are talking about??)

    There used to be a place way out on the loop that had the most amazing button selection, but she has phased them out. Sniff.

    have fun if you go to Harry Hines - it's a great place to look!

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    Thank you, Miss M! I could not remember Golden D'or or Best. Yes, Kay is pretty near my house. It's on Arapaho, at Custer. I remember that it's by Taco Bell and Arby's. I too am disappointed at the disappearance of the cool buttons. I did once buy a scoop of buttons to play with there. Lots of good ones. I found this incredible lace there that I wanted for my wedding veil. So very expensive though. :(

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    FOR BUTTONS!

    Found tons of buttons! Super Textiles off Harry Hines. 2667 Perth, Dallas, TX 75220

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    You can have a look at Golden D'Or Fabrics at Harry lines.


 

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