ATTENTION ALBUQUERQUE CRAFTERS!!!!!!!!!!!
I have relied on that department for. years. to buy affordable fabric. Now the word comes down that the department will be shut down, the space remodeled with wood floors (!) and upscale furniture offered for sale.
Now I like nice furniture as much as the next person, but the chances of my buying any, much less at Walmart, are few and none.
I think it's shooting themselves in the foot to discontinue fabric in the midst of a CRAFTS BOOM.
SO... if there are 90 million + knitters (according to the Yarn Harlot) how many quilters and stitchers are there? How many of us do both and more that requires fabric? Upholsterers? Decorators? Walmart has had all that available. What now? Where are we going to go? Will all the competition be as affordable? Not likely since we weren't going to them in the first place.
It's TIME to rally in support of keeping fabric departments in Walmarts.
Here are some resources to use to give feedback to the company. The MORE we do, The MORE they'll listen. (Did you know that 1 letter to a tv network counts as 10,000 peoples' opinions?)
If you think you don't count or won't make a difference, go read the Yarn Harlot's blog from last Friday to today.Come on -let's exercise our power.
GO to the store and get a customer satisfaction form and fill it out.
CALL : 1 800-WAL_MART
GO to their website: