See yourself sitting outdoors, a cobbled street, a quaint bistro in New Orleans, a fading from light to dark as evening approaches, a street corner band playing B.B. King’s “How Blue Can You Get?”
Janet Clare hits all those notes in “The Blues” for Moda – the dusty blues, the ombres, the almost indiscernible patterns of musical notes, sharps, & staves. The prints are small enough for the most intricate of piecing.
This collection is subtle and soft. You should probably be sipping a glass of Chardonnay while sewing.
No. of Pieces in Store
Full Line – 25 Pieces
Bloc Loc Half Square Triangle Ruler – 6.5″
12 in stock
Sometimes we carry full lines of fabric and others we choose only a few pieces to sell in the store. Selections shown here are a representation of the fabrics we offer and may have sold out. Please call or stop by to check on availability.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
"There are soooo many fabrics to choose from and great quality! The staff is super friendly, and the discount room doesn't hurt!" — Jenny Poker
"Fabric City/The Sewing Center came to my rescue again. I needed backing for a quilt I'm making for an October wedding gift & of course, they had exactly what I needed! the staff is so helpful, not sure what I'd do without the friendly advice..! Hugs to you all..! BTW the store had tons of quilts on display & lots of pretty fabrics!" — Pat Winter
"I can not say enough!! Fun and fantastic classes!! The fabric selection is awesome! The employees are very professional and knowledgeable. The sewing machines are top notch. The owners are professional and really make you feel at home at their Business. I had issues with my embroidery unit and the owners adjusted the tension and my embroidery unit works like a dream!! I highly recommend Fabric City and The Sewing Center!!" — Marla Knaup
"Every Time I am in Rapid City I make it a point to go here. I can't wait until I have time to take some of their classes." — Marie Hull
"Exceptionally customer focused & working hard to supply mask materials during the pandemic." — Marci Burdick