This store has the most outdated, conservative choice of fabrics I've ever seen. So disappointing. What's with the rows and rows of fleece? Am I missing something? Is fleece with cartoon characters all the rage suddenly? There's absolutely nothing hip and fresh there. Nothing of quality or high class to make curtains or upholster furniture with. The most hip or trendy thing they have there are a small variety of the usual animal print fabrics on cheap flimsy fabric. No damask fabrics, nothing flocked, nothing silk or tafetta, nothing of quality or classic appeal. Just rows and rows of cartoon fleece and fabrics that look like they blew in from 1940 - BLAH! I heard from someone today that the monroeville store is much more up to date and carries a higher class choice of fabrics. This store is appealing to a much older generation only.