Hours: Mon-Fri: 9:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Sat: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sun: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Online store: none
Best for: One of the few stores open on Sunday
|I made a quick drive-by visit to Prime Fabrics yesterday and scored a bright cotton print.|
At any rate, what I thought of this Garment District fabric store: It's open on both Saturday and Sunday (points for that); it has a wide variety of fabrics, from laces to suitings to jersey knits; it has a big selection of ethnic prints; and it has a lot of junky fabrics. Don't venture into the far rear of the store unless you've called your mom and told her where you are; the precarious walls of bolts could fall on you and you might have to cut off your arm to escape. There was only one staff member in the store when I was there, and since he was assisting customers I didn't get to ask my usual questions. I get the feeling this is not a store where you're going to get any great deals. For example, my cotton print was $15 a yard, comparable to what Mood Fabrics would charge for it. But if you're in NYC on a Sunday when most of the stores are closed, I'd definitely stop at Prime Fabrics.
|Lots of laces in all colors.|
|My designer label-seeking eye spotted this Missoni cotton print in the store. It wasn't exactly what I consider attractive, but hey, it's Missoni!|
Have to agree to disagree with you on the Missoni - I think it is beautiful and would make a very attractive Spring dress! I love reading about the Garment District. Thank you for all the research and posts becuase I intend to get up that way in the near future. Your insights are valuable and much appreciated!ReplyDelete
Thank you for posting your information I am going into the city on Mon. and will be using a lot of your tips and ifno!ReplyDelete