The Fabric Nosherie, a great new little fabric store in St. Louis

By on March 18th, 2013
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I love discovering a new fabric store – especially when I am traveling. But when a new, cool fabric store pops up in my own home town? Bananas amazing!

The Fabric Nosherie in downtown Webster Groves (a suburb of St. Louis) is a fantastic find. While they are geared mostly towards modern quilters with a large selection of retro style light cotton prints, many of the fabrics can be used for clothing as well. They don’t carry traditional patterns, but have a great line of independent patterns for making home decor objects, accessories and clothing.

The Fabric Nosherie will more than likely be going through a change of ownership in the very near future. The owner, Shannon, is auctioning the fabric shop off this week to the highest bidder. I was hoping that I could talk my friend Anna into buying the business so that I could be hooked up with the homey discount however she wasn’t biting…

Best of luck to the new Nosh owner and thank you, Shannon, for establishing such a great little fabric shop.

7 thoughts on “The Fabric Nosherie, a great new little fabric store in St. Louis

  1. […] For the flower appliqué fabric I used this cute pink retro dot print that I picked up at the Fabric Nosherie in St. Louis […]

  2. […] I happened to have laying around a (no joke) $1 t-shirt from Walgreens with a cute little pink trim. The white and pink shirt matched perfectly with the small fabric piece I purchased at the Fabric Nosherie the other day. […]

  3. […] our visit to the Fabric Nosherie in St. Louis this past week, my first grade daughter got very excited about a ladybug fabric she discovered. […]

  4. […] daughter, Ilse, fell in love with this print fabric that I purchased at the Fabric Nosherie and requested that I make her a dress out of this fabric. The fabric pattern is called Zoology by […]

  5. […] inspiration was a fabric that I purchased at the Fabric Nosherie of a chick footprint. I thought it would be super cute to appliqué a chick out of that fabric. And […]

  6. […] one of my purchases from the Fabric Nosherie a couple weeks ago was a vintage-inspired printed cotton flowered fabric that I plan on using to make a sundress for […]

  7. […] reminds me a lot of the Fabric Nosherie in St. Louis as they have a lot of retro cotton print fabrics and focus primarily on quilting. Owner, Sarah […]

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