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Thread: Fabric stores wanted between Michigan and Myrtle Beach, SC that are a must to visit

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    Junior Member
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    Feb 2010
    Big Rock
    The quilter's travel guide is a great investment. Lists quilt shops by state. Also lists adds, phone numbers which is great so you can call and be sure they are there. We took a trip last Sept and found shops I would never have known were there. The shop people were nice and my husband enjoyed finding out the history of the buildings the shops were in.

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    Senior Member Handcraftsbyjen's Avatar
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    Oct 2011
    New Hampshire
    It wouldn't be on your route, but you should head to the Quilt Patch in Tecumseh if you haven't been there. I know most of the MI shops, so if you ever want ideas of just MI shops, pm me.

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    Super Member Christine-'s Avatar
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    Jan 2012
    Raleigh, NC
    Do NOT go to Mary Jo's in Gastonia, NC. You'll never make it to Myrtle Beach. You do not want to see the largest fabric store on the east coast-west of the Mississippi. It has too many quilt fabrics to possibly see them all in a day, thousands and thousands of bolts and is like walking into heaven on earth.... you'll never make it out the door. DON'T GO TO MARY JO'S CLOTH STORE!!!
    Last edited by Christine-; 03-13-2013 at 06:23 PM.
    Bernina 640, Singer 201-3, Singer Centennial 15-91, Tin Lizzie 26" long arm

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