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A shop dedicated to "empowering creativity" for those who love sewing, quilting, knitting, crochet, and all forms of needlework. We carry a variety of quilting fabric, Malabrigo Yarn, Bartlett Yarn, Robert Kaufman, Moda, Accuquilt products, and lots...more
This light-filled shop has enticing displays of regional yarn as well as new-to-me brands from many parts of the world. I also loved the Swedish-style toweling that many of Karen's customers have turned into simple and lovely curtains. Karen is a wonderful "shop guide" with...More
My wife is always on the look out for unique yarn for her knitting projects. Knowing we were going to visit Eastport, ME, we checked the net and found Eastport Fabric Emporium. We strolled the historic streets of Eastport until we reached 106 Water St....More
Karen is a Fabric Art Queen! She knows so much about so many fabric arts, and shared how the felting process works during our visit. I wanted to buy all the things right then, but first I have to finish about six other projects at...More
Never expected to find such a delightful fabric/knitting store in Eastport, ME. Traveled all over eastern part of USA and this is one of the nicest that we have found. Karen B. Is exceptionally pleasant, helpful, chatty and just fun to visit with. The stock...More
Wandered into this shop to look at fabric. Shop also sells yarn and the owner was knitting. She showed me a new book and samples and now has me ready to improve my knitting skills! She even gave me a couple tips to help me...More
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Karen B, Owner at Eastport Fabric Emporium, responded to this reviewResponded 22 October 2017
You are so welcome and thank you for the nice words. Winter is coming..... get that knitting out! lol
Take care, Karen
We enjoyed visiting this shop first on our day trip to Eastport. It offers quality fabrics and yarns. The young lady also helped direct us to a coffee shop and bakery just down the street. The historic district seems to be reinventing itself.
If you want to see fabulous band made quilts, this is the place to visit. Friendly people, quality items available and a pleasant place to just stop and look. If you need a quilt, this is the spot. Different sizes with exquisite craftsmanship.
This little shop offers a wonderful selection for this small town. The fabrics are stylish, unique, and there is a large selection. The yarns are of the highest quality and the Emporium even offers classes to crafters. You must go there!