I snapped this pic when the girls weren't looking. That's Sherry in the blue and her sister who was helping out on this day to her left. They are visiting with customers there on the right mostly hidden by a counter display. Sherry and her co-owner Karen Leach opened the shop 20 years ago last fall and it seems like they are going strong. That is saying something as we quilters have seen the demise of so many shops in the past few years.
I liked the 30's area. I plan to return another day and take a closer look. I think I spied some prints that need to be added to my stash.
Some of the patterns that are available in the shop. The classroom area is over to the left behind the pattern display board.
The spot for planning those quilts for grandbabies. So bright and cheerful it makes you itch to get started!
Loved this corner as I like to embellish towels. Good selection and I may have to add a few of these in colors I don't have.
Batiks are featured just inside the front door and to the right.
Batik autos tool along over hill and dale on the display quilt.
More fabrics, threads, notions.
Basic fabrics arranged by color. Always helpful when selecting coordinates for your quilt.
This was an adorable book, a great bedtime read for the little ones that incorporates sewing and crafting elements. By author Michael McCormick. There is another book entitled Gabby Quilts for Friends.
The shop offers classes, especially beginner classes, and participates twice a year in a shop hop. Quilt Sampler magazine featured them in their 2015 fall issue. Link to their website: http://www.quilterspatch.com/