Fabric Depot

Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free

Fabric Depot is one of the most popular places to visit in Portland, United States. Best recognized for its beautiful view and non-crowdy location, the Fabric Depot attracts many tourists. You can explore the breath-taking view of Portland from this point of interest.

How to reach Fabric Depot?

To reach, Fabric Depot, it is also possible to catch a local bus or metro from the nearest station. Frequent travellers suggest carrying a location map to explore the nearby tourist attractions in Portland. TripHobo provides you the overall information of Fabric Depot like its address, phone number, photos, timings, and tickets booking.

Fabric Depot Tickets Price and When to Get There

The ticket price or pass for visiting Fabric Depot is given in this page. It may vary depending on the season and crowd. It’s better to check the Fabric Depot tickets and opening hours in advance to avail the best offer. Whether you’re travelling with your family, friends or backpacking on a solo adventure, this page also provides you an idea of how much time you can typically spend here to experience the view and vibe. Tickets and visiting passes may come with different time slots and TripHobo allows you to book sightseeing and skip the line tours for Fabric Depot. You can also book the customized day tours for Fabric Depot from vendors like Get Your Guide, Viator and Musement.

Accommodations and Other Facilities Near Fabric Depot

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  • Fabric Depot Timing: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm
  • Fabric Depot Price: Free
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  • 0.3% of people who visit Portland include Fabric Depot in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Fabric Depot visit around 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Fabric Depot


95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fabric Depot

People normally club together Kelly Butte Natural Area and Leach Botanical Garden while planning their visit to Fabric Depot.

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  • Very busy!!!! They closed the doors early to be able to wait on the people who were in lines. They said the lines were 2 to 3 hours. Many people were there longer. Lines were really long for cutting & then to pay. Sunday is their last day of business. Previously has been a great place

  • Terrible. Absolutely shocked that they have reduced their inventory to less than a Joanns. Shelves have been spaced out showing how terrible the carpets are. Thread hasn't been restocked in forever, so the selection is abysmal. Something happened here that the employees aren't talking about. They claim they're slimming down due to online competition. That's nonsense. You don't go from being the biggest fabric store in Portland to this because of online stores. There used to be a whole bridal section...gone. Used to be a line to get fabric cut. Now there's 1 or 2 people working behind the counter and they're bored. There's no fabric to cut! Hours have been truncated as well. I'm still in shock. Before today I was recommending this place to everyone. As of late I've been getting weird looks for doing that, and now I've found out why. To the owners of Fabric Depot: shame on you. You're ruining what was a great store. Either go out of business or sell it to someone who cares. (so glad I didn't take pictures inside)

  • Amazing selection, helpful knowledgeable staff, a true destination sewing and quilting store. Selections of Notions is unbeatable. Yarn, beads, dressmaking, and sewing machines all in one place. Well the selection of fabric is amazing, the displays are more functional then aesthetic. Lots of finished quilts to inspire.

  • The staff are knowledgeable, helpful, friendly. The prices and quality are great. They've just reduced their hours further, they continue to reduce the amount of items they carry. Admittedly it makes them more and more focused on being a fabric and sewing notions store and less of a crafts store. I'll miss that. Still, I'll always come back.

  • I have shopped here many times over the last 15 years but moved to Eugene 5 years ago. Last week was the first time I was back. I was looking for faux silk or taffeta or embroidered taffeta or brocade or anything interesting for a gown. I was shocked to discover that the store feels like a ghost town. They had 5 brocades, a few taffeta, a couple of other fabrics, but nothing like what I remember from the past. Looks all focused on quilting. I walked through the upholstery fabrics and those roll display racks are half the height they used to be with fewer rows. Even the colors leave much to be desired. Couldn't find help to ask where I might find anything else. Looked through trims and buttons and everything left just seems so... common. There used to be such a variety of high end laces and dress fabrics. I can find most things now in Fabric Depot in Joann's down the block from where I live. Luckily I called a friend and found out about Mill End before I left to drive back to Eugene! Otherwise it would have been a completely wasted trip to Portland. What happened, Fabric Depot!? So sad.

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