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This large, quilting-focused fabric store has a charming small-town feel and an extensive selection of more than 3,000 cotton fabrics. Specializing in batik, hand-dyed, Japanese and vintage fabrics, as well as their own line of New York City–related prints, the store also sells sewing accessories and notions—and holds more than 125 different quilting and sewing classes for customers each year.