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Thread: Going to Ohio

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    Junior Member JenGaile's Avatar
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    Going to Ohio

    I am going to Ohio at the end of May to visit family. My aunt that I will be staying with lives in Parma and my other aunt lives in Cleveland. Does anyone know of any good LQS that I could visit that don't require more than an hour's drive or so?

    Thanks!

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    Not sure where Parma is but Somewhere Sewing is in Millersburg Ohio. I have never had the pleasure of going there but have ordered online and they are wonderful. I think Zincks is another quilting store in Ohio. Hope this helps and enjoy your trip!

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    Millersburg and berlin are a bit of a drive from the Cleveland area but well worth the trip. It makes a nice daytrip if you have the time. from where you will be you should be able to visit Polkadot Pincushion in richfield or Little Red Quilthouse in Granger. if you want to go a bit farther,A Piece in Time in Akron is also nice.
    http://www.pdpincushion.com/, http://www.littleredquilthouse.com/, http://www.apieceintime.com/.

    If you do get time to take the trip down to holmes county, be sure to go to Millers dry goods in charm. it's worth the drive all by itself.

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    bakermom.....you a right on about Miller's Dry Goods. They are my favorite Quilt Shop!!!
    It is a good drive from Cleveland, but well worth it. There is also Gramma Fannies, Helping Hands and Country Craft Cupboard in Berlin, Oh.

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    I went to Millers dry goods last summer, LOVED this store, I even bought a t-shirt.
    Dyan

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