Interestingly, during my pre-trip research I did not find Vicky’s, but ran across it by chance as we were meandering down the main (only) drag in Kapa’a. Not sure how I missed it, as it’s on Yelp and TripAdvisor as well (again, did not find a web site).
This shop had a variety of other fabrics besides the standard quilting weight cottons – jersey, silks, etc. They also had a long-arm quilter set up in the back.
And at this point my camera battery died. But that covers a large part of the shop. This place was really chock full. I have a feeling you might do better in here if you told the nice ladies what you were looking for so they could help you find it! I didn’t end up buying anything here.
I also wanted to report that there IS a shop that sells yarn on the island. It’s called Hanalei Strings – they sell ukeleles as well! I was all set to buy some yarn hand-dyed on Kauai, but I couldn’t find a color I liked in a yarn base I liked (except for the $62 cashmere), so I passed. But I did get the web site to pass along to you if you’re interested, and it looks like they have more in stock online than they had in their shop when I was there, because I see some lovely stuff. Sorry – no photos of this tiny little shop!