Monday, September 17, 2012

Fabric Shopping

Our Trip To Heddy's Fabrics

"This is perfect for beautiful blouses."

"Can you imagine Lagoona in this?!"

Frankie fell in love with this fabric.  Unfortunately, we had to be more practical today.

They have a button section and trim section that will make you drool.

"We need a yard of this please."

"If you visit Las Vegas, visit Heddy's Fabrics."

Heddy's Fabrics has been in Las Vegas since the 1960's.  It is an old fashioned store with wonderful service and a large selection of quality fabrics. 
We affectionately call Heddy's our Mini Mood store.  Today there were people from different stage productions picking up their fabrics and supplies for the shows they are in. 
If you've seen a Cirque show in Las Vegas, you have seen Heddy's! We are wonderfully spoiled having Heddy's here.

                                                                   Heddy's Fabrics
                                                              5411 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146


  1. it looks like a wonderful shop! the only fabric stores we have in Florida (that I know about anyways, lol) is Jo-Ann's Fabrics. they have a nice selection too but unfortunately for me it's a little farther from me then I can drive to most weeks :/

    1. Heddy's Fabrics is a drive for us- but not as far as a Jo-Ann's- and curiously, Heddy's prices are better than Jo-Ann's on things like snaps and zippers and some fabrics. Heddy's selection of fancy fabrics Jo-Ann's cannot touch. Next time you are at a Jo-Ann's, ask at the cutting tables if there are any specialty fabric stores they could recommend. You might be surprised. The Jo-Ann's store here recommended I visit Heddy's...which turned out to be a very good thing!

  2. Hello from Spain: this store is very nice with many different fabrics. In my country there are no stores like this in Vegas. Keep in touch

  3. I love the pictures with Frankie - so cute! What type of fabrics do you recommend; is there anything you have tried using before that was just to bulky or is it an anything can work type of situation? I have only just begun making clothes for my dolls and their bodies are Sooo tiny that I have stuck to the basic tulle, calicos, and other cotton prints - usually from the scrap bin or when fat quarters go on sale for $1 or so. Any suggestions for branching out?

  4. I went to jo-anns the other day and the fabric they gad on sale was 10 dollars a yard. Just crazy!

  5. If anyone plans on visiting Phoenix or Tucson Arizona, may I make a suggestion. Please check out SAS Fabrics. Especially the store in Phoenix it is HUGE. They have a lot of fabrics, trims an notions. The Tucson store was my mainstay. Every few months I would go to Phoenix to find stuff the Tucson store didn't.

    1111 E Indian School Rd
    Phoenix, AZ 85014

    5320 East Speedway Boulevard Tucson, AZ 85712