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Jo-Ann offers US-made fabric lines from FabricTraditions
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Feb '14
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, the leading fabric and craft specialty retailer in America, is partnering with FabricTraditions, one of America's leading producers of printed fabrics for the home sewing industry, to bring the Creating New Traditions collection of fabrics made entirely in the United States to all Jo-Ann stores nationwide and Joann.com.

“We are thrilled to join FabricTraditions in bringing this collection of 100 percent cotton, 100 percent made-in-America fabrics exclusively to Jo-Ann stores and Joann.com,” said Lynne Schron, divisional merchandise manager, fabric, at Jo-Ann.

“Jo-Ann is especially proud to support FabricTraditions’ commitment to military families. This collection and the charitable tie-in are the perfect way to celebrate the 25th anniversary of FabricTraditions.”

At launch, the Creating New Traditions collection will consist of 26 prints. The collection will be easily identified in-store by custom-printed deep blue board-ends that call out “Made-In-America.”

In conjunction with the Creating New Traditions collection, Jo-Ann has created special in-store signage to call out all of the products Made-In-America. From beads to candles, paint to wooden crates, look for the red, white and blue Made-In-America signs throughout the aisles at Jo-Ann.

Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores


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