Saturday, June 11, 2016

Fremont Sunday Market

Established in 1990, the Market has evolved into a thriving, diverse European-Style street market that goes on indoor and outdoor year round. Vendors bring antiques, collectibles, bygones, retro, vintage, original fashion, tools, deluxe junk and estate sale treasures. In addition, there's a constantly changing bazaar of colorful world imports, new and original designers, artists and craftsmen with heart warming one-of-a-kind offerings.

More popular than ever is the eclectic menu offered by our street food vendors and a rotating cast of gourmet food trucks. The market is free to the public, pet-friendly, bike accessible and happens rain or shine. Bookended by Seattle's own Theo Chocolate to the West and the Red Door Ale House on the East end, its surrounded by a fabulous selection of neighboring shops, cafes and restaurants. The Fremont Market is how Seattle does Sundays.

The bonus? District Fabrics. Ashley, the owner, established the store in 2012 to provide Seattle area artists, designers and sewists with a unique selection of quality materials.

They specialize in fabrics for apparel and costuming.  You'll find a carefully curated collection that is
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continually updated as new and unusual treasures are found. The stock of fabric includes everything from discounted sparkle tulles and polyesters to high end silks and woolens.

District Fabric, 513 N 36th St, Seattle, WA

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