Bestselling Craft & Hobby Fabric in 2020
SD STUDIO DESIGNS Studio Designs Sew Ready Hobby and Craft Table with Drawers 13374
- Overall dimensions: 60W x 36D x 30.25 - 39.25H/center top: 10.75W/folding panels: 24.625W
- Knobs adjust height in 1.5increments/easily folds to 12.25wide
- Two slide-out wire Mesh drawers/bottom shelf for storage. Weight: 70 pounds
- Powder coated Frame for durability/six casters for mobility
- Can be used to cut fabric or as an Extra workspace for craft projects
Creative Hobbies Glue Applicator Syringe for Flatback Rhinestones & Hobby Crafts, 5 Ml with 15 Gauge Orange Precision Tip - Value Pack of 10
Aleenes Fabric Fusion Adhesive, 8-Ounce
- Perfect to adhere to a variety of surfaces and embellishments,
- Fabric adhesive does not string while you apply it to fabric,
- Available in an 8-oz bottle
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Large Self Healing Cutting Mat – Professional Double Sided Flexible Fabric Rotary Mat Ideal for All Arts & Crafts Including Sewing Quilting– A1(36X24) Inches
Sullivans 38431 Home Hobby Adjustable Height Foldable Table, 59 x 35.8
- Use this adjustable table for all sorts of crafts and projects
- Ideal for fabric and pattern layout and cutting quilting paper crafts and more
- This package contains one 35-4/5x59 inch foldable table that adjusts between 29 inches to 38 inches
Pink Power Electric Fabric Scissors Box Cutter for Crafts, Sewing, Cardboard, Scrapbooking - Cordless Shears Cutting Tool
- Easily cut through fabric, leather, carpet, metal, paper, corrugated cardboard, plastic, wrapping paper and more. Great for craft projects, cutting fabric, dressmaking, sewing, quilting, scrapbooking or just opening packages. No need for a craft cutting mat.
- Replace your rotary cutter and other sewing accessories with our battery powered heavy duty craft scissors. Two specialty blades will allow you to zip and snip through any project big or small.
- This professional electric cutter doesn't require additional batteries and comes with our rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery which offers a full 1-2 hours of usage.
- These crafting scissors are lightweight and feature a compact design making them easy to store and carry. These fabric scissors are just under 1lb and no longer than nine inches.
- Each purchase of our power scissors comes with two blades, charger, lithium ion battery and a full one-year warranty. Scissors work for left handed and right handed users.
Craft and Hobby Liquid Adhesive 1.25 fl oz
- Perfect for: Embellishments, Wood, Plastic, Leather, Paper, Cardboard
- Easy to use applicator
- Apply glue in the exact spot where it is needed.
- Perfect glue for binding
Misscrafts 50pcs 8" x 8" (20cm x 20cm) Top Cotton Craft Fabric Bundle Squares Patchwork DIY Sewing Scrapbooking Quilting Dot Pattern
ZJlncpz Pompoms Craft Assorted Colors Acrylic Hobby Supplies 1 Inch Round Pack of 250
- Pom poms balls is made of soft acrylic fabric material which is fuzzy, plush and free to cut and glue on
- Pom poms beads are perfect for using with any kids craft project, toys, fringe, decoration, hand-made gifts, camp projects, costumes
- Vibrant pom poms are available in a variety of designs, clear tube through center for easy stringing
- These pom-poms can ornament for wedding fans, garden markers, target shooting, library shelf markers, and children school projects
- Fluffy pompom balls touch with soft feeling, can be used as DIY making car and bag charm, tassel keychain and cellphone accessory
Fabric Markers Pens Permanent 36 Color Dual Tip MINIMAL BLEED Rich Pigment Fine Graffiti Fabric Paint Quality by Crafts 4 All. Child Safe & Non Toxic
Hobby Lobby Falls Short in Customer Service
I used to spend hundreds of dollars at Hobby Lobby every year, but their short-sighted, greedy customer service has sent me shopping elsewhere.
Then IT happened.
My daughter and I found ourselves at the local Hobby Lobby one day, in search of a sewing pattern that she could use for a 4H sewing project. We had been to several stores and had not found a dress pattern that was simple enough for her to sew. Yet, she was determined to sew a dress to enter as a 4H county fair project, and the county fair was fast approaching. I worried that she might not complete any project on time for the fair, which would have been a major disappointment for my daughter.
After hours of frustration we made one last ditch effort to find a suitable pattern at Hobby Lobby. We were surprised to find a dress pattern that was much simpler than the others that we had found at competing stores. Relieved, I decided to shell out the unbelievable $13 that they were charging. I thought it was quite pricey, but we were exhausted, and all we could think about was the fair. We selected her fabric and notions at Hobby Lobby as well, bringing our total to $40 spent at Hobby Lobby that day.
As soon as we arrived home, my daughter got to work. We wound the bobbins. We threw the fabric in to wash and dry, to preshrink it in preparation for sewing, and we had a snack. Now, rested, fed, and relieved to have found a suitable pattern for the fair, we were able to think clearly. I picked up the pattern envelope to read the directions while we finished our muffins and tea. That's when I realized our mistake. We had picked up a pattern that was several sizes too small! I realized that not all of the children's sizes were contained in that one pattern, and, even though the illustrations on the photo were exactly alike for all of the pattern envelopes, not all of them contained the same pattern. AGH!
"I'm glad I noticed this now, before you cut the pattern out," I said to my daughter. Receipt and pattern in hand, we jumped in the car and drove straight to Hobby Lobby to return it. I was glad that my daughter had gotten straight to work on the project, or I might not have had the receipt when we eventually noticed the mistake.
I located the checkout time on the receipt and glanced at my watch. Just thirty minutes after our purchase, we were already headed back to exchange our merchandise. I chided myself for making such a stupid mistake. I was frustrated at myself for wasting time and gas. Then I realized that I had forgotten a bunch of things that we needed for other projects. I comforted myself with the thought that I wasn't actually wasting a trip, I was actually saving time by combining trips. I would just exchange the pattern and pick up the many other items that we needed.
We arrived at the store exactly 45 minutes after our purchase. I found a clerk and explained our mistake and mentioned that I would just head to the pattern cabinet to get the right pattern to exchange.
Then she explained to me that they do not exchange patterns. EVER. I showed her my receipt, and even pointed out that we had just purchased the pattern less than one hour earlier.
"It doesn't matter," she said. "We don't accept returns or exchanges on patterns."
I explained that we had not actually OPENED the pattern.
"Doesn't matter," she said.
I asked to speak with the manager. It was clear to me that a clerk just didn't have the clout to violate company policy, so I didn't want to put her in an awkward position.
The store manager explained to me that they would, under no circumstances, accept returns or exchanges on patterns.
I mentioned that we had just purchased $26 in fabric and notions.
"Doesn't matter," he said. "It's policy."
I explained to him that I spend hundreds of dollars at his store every year on supplies for my job.
"Doesn't matter," he reiterated. "It's policy."
I was flabbergasted. I explained to the manager that I could understand company policy. They must have a good reason for not accepting exchanges or returns on patterns. But couldn't they just eat the expense of a return, considering that I am a frequent customer, and spend hundreds of dollars at their store every year?
They wouldn't want to lose a good customer, would they?
"Doesn't matter," he said again, in a hushed, robotic tone.
"I know," I said, "It's policy."
I was not going to spend $13 on another pattern at that store. So my daughter and I headed out to a competing sewing and craft super store 12 miles away.
"Couldn't we just spend the money on a new pattern at Hobby Lobby?" my daughter asked.
"No," I said. "I am no longer a customer of Hobby Lobby. It's policy."
We found a wonderful pattern at the sewing super store, and while we were there, we ended up spending more than a hundred dollars on those other items that we needed.
My daughter was awarded a blue ribbon at the fair the following week, cementing her interest in fashion design and sewing. She's buying a lot more fabric and patterns lately. Plus, we've needed a new sewing machine carry case to transport her machine to her sewing lessons. And she's needed needles, interfacing, and higher quality scissors. We drive 15 miles to the super store to make those purchases.
Also, she's taking a beading class now. Her beading teacher mentioned that we could pick up her bead box, her three sets of required pliers, and her wire at Hobby Lobby.