I've written before about my dear friend Shannon's shop, Fabric Nosherie. I have honestly never seen a more beautiful shop. Shannon and her husband have come up with the most inspiring ways to display fabric and projects. Just look at those bolts facing out! They've painted, patched, repaired, and ventured on an archaeological dig to uncover those rich hardwood floors, making this space spectacular. I mean the shop has a fireplace in the middle of the room! You can literally see the talent, vision and love that has gone into "The Nosh."
Fabric Nosherie has really filled a void in the St Louis area. And it has created quite a buzz-including multiple TV appearances. As fabric collectors, we know how important it is to have a local shop where you can handle the fabric and mix and match your prints in person--not to mention the community experience you can only find in a local shop.
Despite the success of Fabric Nosherie shannon has made the difficult decision to sell the shop so that she can be home with her four ACTIVE young boys. She is selling the shop, the name, the brand, everything to the highest bidder. Classes are scheduled. Inventory is on its way. The new owner can simply bulid on the solid foundation that Marc and Shannon have prepared.
In Shannon's words:
"Well, I thought I was super woman. While I’m pretty close, I have realized I can’t do everything. I have 5 beautiful babies, and one is up for adoption. She is one and a half years old, has a lot of personality, a lot of followers, and is supercool. No, it’s not one of my children. I only have boys; it is my other baby, Fabric Nosherie.
I will be holding a silent auction March 18-25. More information can be found under the tab Shop for Sale/Up for Adoption [on Shannon's site]. All inquires are being addressed by Schleiffarth Law (their information is on my site).
This is a happy thing for me and for the shop. My family needs me and the shop needs someone who has more time. Fabric Nosherie was built with sweat and tears and I’m so proud to call it mine but I can’t help it grow to its potential while I’m working on growing my family. I hope you will take time to look at the information provided and come in and visit often. I will miss seeing all my wonderful customers!"