Fabric Depot in Portland, Oregon


here is the next Fabric Store I went to, when I visited Oregon. Sadly I did not take a picture inside, but just look at that yard sale in the picture. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Its a gigantic store! I was in heaven! Of course I did not get out of the store without buying some fabrics. It a great fabric hall full of fabrics, even though they have a really clear order that at first I was overwhelmed I did not see any structure, just a big blur of colors! I dont know if this is a chain store or not. I just loved it!

And this is what I bought:

this great flannels I bought at the yard sale, 2$ the yard, I got 2 yards of each, still thinking what to make of them though… any suggestions?

those 2 were one sale inside, if I remember right it was 5$ the yard, I will use them for my 70s dress, they have such a cute 60s print

those 2 will make great bags, with the pirate print outside and the treasure print inside, for little and already grown up children;)

last but not least: arent those the cutest buttons ever? I just had to buy them, and you see hippies and 60s and 70s again… I just love that at the moment ๐Ÿ˜‰

So if you ever get to Portland, Oregon be sure to check out fabric depot ๐Ÿ˜‰

Next monday I will write about the last fabric store I visited in the USA and then move on to fabric stores in Germany I like. ๐Ÿ˜‰ So stay tuned for fabric store reviews on mondays… and I am going back to my sewing machine now, I have a skirt to finish ๐Ÿ˜‰

keep sewing and smiling

your TailorFairyย 


  1. This is where I shop! I live about 30 minutes from there, and visit at least a couple of times a month. They aren’t a chain, just a locally owned shop. It’s huge, right? I can spend HOURS there!

    • its really big, you can get lost in there in all that great fabric, sadly I had only like 2 hours, before my next appointment, I probably wouldn’t have noticed the whole day passing. ๐Ÿ™‚

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