The highlight of today’s trek into the Union Square district of downtown SF was our stop at Britex Fabrics. But before I get to that I’ll mention we had a leisurely Saturday breakfast, wandered over to Post Street so Sheila could stop into DSW to peruse the shoes. She did pick up a pair of Bob’s (made by Sketchers) flats. I just shmoozed.
Second stop, the Apple Store where I bought an “old” style set of Apple earbuds. Sheila got help with several questions she had about her iPhone, then we moved on.
Third stop: Ice Breaker – they make clothing out of a wonderful merino fabric (a very light wool knit) great to wear both winter and summer! However their women’s styles don’t work for me so although I tried on several different long sleeved T-shirts they all looked awful – I bought nothing (Sheila bought a couple of loose pieces).
Across the street we visited Gumps – the clothing and accessories are quite lovely but buying clothes there is like coals to Newcastle!
Around the corner and back up Geary we stopped at Britex!
I bought a length of Liberty print cotton to make a shirt. Sheila also purchased some fabric.
Exhausted, we headed back toward our hotel, stopping for a latish lunch and a well deserved rest. Next is Happy Hour, then a light dinner and we’ve bought theatre tickets to see a play that’s happening in the theatre here at the Marine’s Memorial Club.
Tomorrow, more sightseeing before the sewing group meets early in the evening and our week-long sewing retreat gets underway.
Wow! This place looks like heaven for every sewing enthusiast :)!
Julia, the shop has four floors! One for notions. One for cottons. One for discounted ends. And Main floor for woollens and silks. It’s expensive but a “must visit” anyway.