I finaly had am chance to go to a quilt shop. I had fogoten how much eye candy there was.
I have been buying fabric at other fabric stores but it is just not the same. A quilt shop is so beautiful. this one was in Corinth, Ms. the owner and worker was very friendly and helpful. I will go again when I can.
We have 1 in our town and a fabric store and one 25 mins. east and all of the help in those stores are terrific. Glad you had a good experience. My view is: for all the time, energy etc. that goes into quilting, you really should use the best materials YOU can afford. Makes for a good, good quilt in the end.
I agree with Auntie Reba about the difference in shop fabrics, and it's just inspiring to go browsing in a LQS.
"Wishing you sunshine and blessings"
tinbren -- if you are near Corinth, give Warm Buns a shout and have her take you to see the Rag Man over near Booneville. It's a very different place, for sure.
There's nothing like a well displayed quilt shop. Just makes you feel good all over!
Life isn't about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain.
I would love to meet anyone from this board. But I was just visiting Corinth. I do not get opertunity to visit often
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