Number one question from crafters of all kinds upon arriving here, “Where’s my Hobby Lobby?” Or, “Where can I go to get all the great things I used and NEED for my craft.” There may not be a chain of superstores, but you CAN find what you need MOST of the time if you just look around a bit. And, when all else fails, you can order online.
- De Oliemolen
T: 0031 45 571 2949
“They are a Pfattsewing machine shop, upstairs carry beautiful quilting fabric, threads, buttons, ribbons, etc…and I think cross stitch supplies. Its a beautiful old building, actually has guest houses as well. You pull into parking lot, walk under arch and its the first door on left for that shop. They speak English, you could call first to see if they have what you need.”
- Amstenrade – There is a reader recommended fabric store in Amstenrade, but I don’t know the name or address. Still… if you’re nearby, look for a window with fabric in it and if you find it, please pass along the info!
- Singer Shop in Sittard: Located on one corner of the large market square directly across from the V&D. This tiny shop has a lot of things stuffed in there, so it’s worth a look. Threads, ribbons, buttons, patches, yarn, trim, sewing machines, beads, etc… All the little notions that you need.
- The Log Cabin
Im Langental 56
Open: Mon-Wed 1000-1700; Fri 1400-2100; Sat 1100-1700
Closed: Thurs and Sun
- I didn’t ever think that I’d see Debbie Mumm in Germany, but it’s here and it’s close! If you love to sew or quilt, this needs to be your next stop!