Basically, the let us into their warehouse were they keep their stock. You had to buy by the bold, which normally contained 6 meters or more. The prices were okay, and at first we thought we just gonna split a bold if we find something we both like. But of the fabric we both really loved they only had one bold left, with 20 meters on it! I guess we did not love it that much that we thought we needed 10 meters each...
|Monika is checking out the quilting cottons|
They also have a sales shop for private customers which is open on Mondays and Fridays, I guess I will just come back then. What I really liked was their selection of knits.
They had so many colors and in really, really nice quality, too. We did end up buying some of them. We found a few bolds that had only 2 meters on them. This is what I came home with:
The blue is enough for a shirt, and the red might even be enough for a dress.
Oh, I almost forgot, we even got something for free! The gave us six copies of Knip and Knippie. I only leafed through them, but so far, I wasn't really impressed with what I saw. It's a bit thin for the price they are asking for that magazine, and I like Ottobre much better. But hey, you don't look a gift horse in the mouth, right?