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Thread: Duncanville, TX quilt shops?

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    Super Member boxerlady's Avatar
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    We are traveling to the Dallas, TX area, in particular, Duncanville next week. Are there any quilt shops in the Duncanville area?

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    Junior Member simplyme's Avatar
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    I don't know where Duncanville is but there is a big quilt shop in Louisville. It was in a Shop Hop mag. I have it on my list for the next time I visit my brother.

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    My mom and sister both live in Duncanville and I am there at least once a year. This shop is about 40 minutes away but SO worth the trip- large cheerful store, lots of repro fabrics, very helpful staff- my sister teaches classes there sometimes too.

    Common Threads Quilting
    315 S. Rogers St
    Waxahachie, TX 75165
    http://www.commonthreadsquilting.com/

    This one is closer but I haven't checked it out-Arlington is east of Duncanville.

    http://lonestarhouseofquilts.com/

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    Super Member boxerlady's Avatar
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    Thanks for the info, hope I have time to check some of these places out!

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    Lone Star House of Quilts is my favorite spot in Texas. It's a converted house with giant magnolias in the front yard -inside is complete sensory overload. They specialize in Civil War repros, but they have wools, some 30's and some batiks, too.

    Go on a Monday if you can and buy at least ten FQ's - you get 30% off the FQ's. I try to pick up my BOM's on Mondays. :)

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    Not necessarily in Duncanville, but McKinney has The Quilt Asylum and Lewisville has Quilt Country (lots of wonderful batiks.) If I were going back to Dallas, I'd visit the fabric district just off Harry Hines Blvd near Golden D'Or. It may not the best neighborhood, but I went there alone all the time. At least one of those shops had quilting fabric at $5 per yard and many others carry garment fabrics at bargain basement prices. And Golden D'Or has amazing fabrics as well, but I think it's mostly garment and upholstery fabrics.

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