We have a wonderful little fabric and craft resale shop here in town! It's called Fabric Recycles.
The store's "ever-changing inventory" is very unique, with everything coming from stashes that have been hidden away in closets for years. Some items are vintage. Others are newer. All the prices are fantastic.
It's so much fun to browse through the cubbies of well organized, color coordinated fabric, thread, floss and yarn, Piles of ufo's wait for a new owner. Walls are covered with oodles of buttons, sequins, ribbons, lace, piping, trims, knitting needles, darning eggs and gadgets galore. Seasonal craft books, magazines and patterns are stacked by the hundreds. You can easily while away an hour or two in here.
The owner, Page (pictured here), is as sweet as can be.
If you quilt, crochet, knit, sew, craft, embroider, hook rugs, or are creative in any way, you must stop in to see this shop!
Thank you to the staff at Fabric Recycles for allowing me to photograph your fun store! I just love your shop!
(PS- for bloggers who are joining in the 366 challenge, this is the place to drop off the sewing and craft items you no longer use. If you have a lot to donate, click on the store link above to learn about stash buyouts, etc...)