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10/23/2016
By: Liz K.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
Jo-Ann's is about the only store left that has fabric after the closure of Hancocks. I've been glad to see that they've been expanding their selection. It use to seem like all they carried was fleece. There's still a lot of fleece but a good selection of other material also. Craft-wise, though, I think Michaels usually has a better inventory. But I generally bounce back and forth between the two store. Never buy anything full price! There's always a coupon.
10/31/2015
By: Lillian L.
Beverly's Fabric & Crafts
I'm not much of a seamstress, but I have family members who are. They all love to received gift certificates from Beverly's, and when I go in for that purpose, I almost always find a holiday decoration that I just have to have. Great customer service here.
10/18/2015
By: Thomas O.
Hall's Furniture
Hall's packs a lot of furniture into a small showroom. Almost everything they have on the floor I would actually put in my home. Not filled with a bunch of zebra stripped couches. Great people, great prices, quick delivery and setup.
04/18/2016
By: Terri H.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
I've always been happy with the selection and if you are shopping there definitely use the coupons!!! You can get them via their flyer, text and email and use multiple coupons per transaction.
03/03/2017
By: M P.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
One of my favorite places to shop. Always have fun holiday items and they have great sales. Great selection of fabrics and craft needs. Friendly staff as well.
05/10/2016
By: Arianna A.
Beverly's Fabric & Crafts
Another great craft and fabric store for all you crafting needs. The employees are friendly and helpful. Make sure to sign up for their mailer to get coupons!
01/31/2016
By: Molly B.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
I was in shock at the high prices for simple wooden decorations for my home, will shop around at other stores from now on or wait for deep clearance sales.
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04/08/2016
By: Kathleen L.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
Was so happy when this store moved from their old location to this location. Wish they had a couple more people at the cutting table on weekends.
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05/05/2017
By: Jennifer H.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
They always have really good coupons in the app to help with your purchase. This is a really nice store. Sry large with good customer service.
04/23/2016
By: M P.
Beverly's Fabric & Crafts
I love to shop at Beverlys. A really unique selection of fabrics that you won't find anywhere else. Fun to shop crafts and home decor.
Tips & Advices
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