UPDATE: This storefront is now closed, but lives on in its online form at www.thefabricgirl.com. See the comments below.
CONTRIBUTED BY AMANDA WEBB
Most people know about House of 66 as the go to place for fabric and notions. But what they lack is that colorful fun and modern feel American designer fabrics have. While in the States, I always looked for the little Ma and Pa shops that I love so much. They are by far my favorite places to shop at. The Fabric Girl is located in American Village and has just that. The store has fabric designers such as Moda, Amy Butler, and Michael Millers just to name a few with a friendly and knowledgeable staff. Also sewing pattern are in English with fun funky designs sure to get your creativity flowing. I even found a fun little jelly roll there that I plan on making a quilt with.
Payment: Accepts US dollars and Yen
Directions: Located within American Village. Coming from Kadena gate 1 you will take a LEFT out of the gate. Take a RIGHT onto the road between Jusco and the Ferris Wheel. Go through the 4 way light (ferris wheel on your right) and take the next RIGHT driveway into the American Village parking lot. The Fabric Girl shop is located in Plaza F. Plaza F is the white 3 story building with Poco-a-Poco in it. The Fabric Girl is up the spiral stairs on the second floor in the middle.