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Yakima Business Update: Fabric Store, Mission Thrift, and Credit Union Building | Local

Several new businesses have opened in Yakima in recent weeks: • SEWN, a fabric store specializing in clothing and sustainable fabrics, opened in downtown Yakima last month. Owner Sierra Hutton said she always wanted to run a fabric store, but the opportunity to do so arose when she saw that the space at 25 N. […]

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Opening of a new fabric store in Latonia

Around the Corner Fabrics, a new store specializing in tailoring and fabric, has opened in the old Kentucky Theater in Latonia (13 W. Southern Avenue). Kelly Niceley, the store owner, says she expects to host a grand opening for the location on Jan.15. “I grew up in sewing for a few generations and always loved […]

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Yakima Business Update: Fabric Store, Mission Thrift, and Credit Union Building | The bottom line

Several new businesses have opened in Yakima in recent weeks: • SEWN, a fabric store specializing in clothing and sustainable fabrics, opened in downtown Yakima last month. Owner Sierra Hutton said she always wanted to run a fabric store, but the opportunity to do so arose when she saw that the space at 25 N. […]

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Brentwood Interiors fabric store closed after 68 years in business

Brentwood Interiors, one of Midstate’s largest sources of upholstery and wall hangings, will close at the end of September after 68 years in business. The 144 Wilson Pike Circle store in Brentwood has started its clearance sale and will receive 25% off most items from August 3. Longtime store manager David Buffington said the decision […]

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The fabric store survives decades without a problem

Since opening in the 1980s, Ryco Trimming Co. has undergone various modifications. In 1984, Pat Ryan and her husband, Donald Ryan, founded the fabric trim manufacturing company in Stamford, Connecticut, before moving the company to their current location, a former factory at 25 Carrington St. in Lincoln, in 1989. When Donald Ryan retired in 1995, […]

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The fabric store survives the decades seamlessly

Since its opening in the 1980s, Ryco Trimming Co. has undergone various changes. In 1984, Pat Ryan and her husband, Donald Ryan, founded the fabric upholstery manufacturing business in Stamford, Connecticut, before moving the business to their current location, a former factory at 25 Carrington St. in Lincoln, in 1989. When Donald Ryan retired in […]

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Bethel couple sew perfect new fabric store in Brookfield

BROOKFIELD, Connecticut – Lidia and Paul Corey, a couple from Bethel, sewed their dreams by moving their fabric business online to a storefront in Brookfield. And they can sum up what sets their store – Cotton Candy Fabrics – apart from the rest. “We’re not just your grandmother’s fabric store,” said Paul, 40, of the […]

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Family-owned fabric store celebrates six decades in Newtown

NEWTOWN, Connecticut – In 1957, when most women were housewives, Louise Gardner was an entrepreneur and business owner. And she opened Chintz-N-Prints on South Main Street in Newtown to help these women spruce up their homes. While many businesses in the region have opened and closed since then, Chintz-N-Prints has survived – and thrived – […]

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Fabric store says they’re sewing long after five decades

NYACK – They came looking for vintage buttons, a yard of silk, maybe something for a slipcover or upholstery job. They wore nostalgic expressions on Tuesday afternoon, as these women walked through the doors of Sew What’s New for perhaps the last time. The fabric store Bebe Lefkowitz opened in her Orangeburg home almost half […]

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New Zealand Fabric Store looks like nature in LA

In a gallery-like loft on South La Brea Avenue, rolls of fabric are displayed by color in rich cascades of textures and patterns. The labels on the rolls make it clear that this is no ordinary fabric store: some are labeled with the names of top fashion designers, such as Tory Burch, Marc Jacobs, Diane […]