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Thread: Quilt stores in Mesa, AZ

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    Super Member sdeaaz's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    I lived in Mesa for about 6 years.... there are sooooo many wonderful shops..... Bernina Sewing center is grand.. and the ladies are so helpful. ( sorry I can't remember the address. ) 35th ave mentioned above is great too. There is one on baseline in the Bashas plaza close to the outdoor market.... you will be able to find some more if you hook up with a guild those ladies will be so helpful. Just look on line for Mesa guilds.... good luck.

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    Senior Member maxnme01's Avatar
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    Oct 2011
    Victorville, Ca.
    wow. My brother lives in Apache Junction. I feel a road trip coming on!!!! LOL
    Keep smiling, it makes others wonder what you're up to!

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    Super Member JeanieG's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Camarillo, CA
    Quote Originally Posted by nanzone View Post
    No one has mentioned McQueen's - it's on Main St in Mesa. They've got everything and the prices are really good.
    I think it is Mulqueen's! They have wonderful prices, I always go there when visiting my son in Phoenix! They have stores in Mesa and Glendale as well.
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

  4. #14
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    Aug 2013
    I used to live in the East Valley. Using the yellow pages link, try 3 Dudes Quilting, Zoe's Trunk, 35th Ave. Sewing and Quilters Ranch. They are my faves. 3 Dudes says it is in Phoenix, but if you go to Awatukee, it is easy to find. These are all in Mesa, Tempe and Chandler. Very close, all suburbs. Have fun!

  5. #15
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    Oct 2013
    Just saw your post. I was searching for Burda patterns and just thought Id comment on your post. Mesa doesn't have anything. Maybe 2 quilt stores. Miles away. General sewing? Forget it. Yarn shops. Forget it. You have to use what ever Joanns offers. Or go online. Hate this place. I have to live here temporarily and I would never visit this place. Most sterile town ever...Not for creative, crafty people!

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