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Anina

Northgate? I'll have to try that one, because you're right, Issaquah definitely has more traditional stuff.

amanda

i think the bellevue store has a better selection of quilting fabrics than the northgate one. but yes, pacific fabrics has definitely improved over the past year or so. and so has joann fabrics since they now have some alexander henry and robert kaufman fabrics and more clover knitting and crochet stuff.

emilyruth

i want one of those shirts too...:)

Daphne

I find the Northgate Pacific Fabrics so hit & miss -- sometimes it seems entirely cleared out! but I'm willing to give it another go. However, I'd like to suggest The Quilting Loft in Ballard -- "like our own little Bolt," said Martine, but I pointed out it's significantly larger than Bolt, but doesn't have some of the non-quilting fabrics Bolt has. Then there's the tiny Stitches on Capitol Hill, now with Japanese canvas, small but fun to visit, and Esther's on Bainbridge -- harder to get to but so worth it.

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