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Thread: Hancocks of Pudacah

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    Ok ladies am thinking of taking a field trip to Hancocks of Pudacah. I need info please. This is probably about a 4 hour trip for me. Tell me is it worth it? I have heard so much about it being so big and everything. Please help me decide. If not there then where? I live on the Cumberland Plateau about 2 hours east of Nashville. Any suggestions?

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    Go! You should really go. Make a day of it, take some friends. You won't be sorry... Oh, and bring the plastic!

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    Have you ever been to Tennessee Quilts in Jonesboro? Am thinking it's maybe a little bigger. I love going since I only live an hour away. My daughter says it'a my candy store! Have LOTS of Moda, Kaufman batiks,good selection of Civil War, children's fabrics, & 30s reproductions.
    And it's Paducah (puh-DOO-cuh).

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    A definite GO!! I live 20 mnutes from Hancock's and love, love, love it. Really nice ladies who work there who know the fabrics. I would surely spend the night and go back the next day as there will be plenty missed the first time through. Hope it impresses you as much as it does me.

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    Doesn't Eleanor Burns have a store in Paducah Now???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori S
    Doesn't Eleanor Burns have a store in Paducah Now???
    Yes, it is located in Downtown Paducah on 5th Street. I believe it's between Broadway and Jefferson. Nice store. Jeanie is the owner and really sweet. Would be a good stop if you're in Paducah.

    Hancock's is just a whole nuther world. So much there!!

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    Never been to Tennessee Quilts but will have to. I have family there in Greenville so next time I am over there will have to go on down the road to Tennessee Quilts!

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    what is the actual name, is it Eleanor Burns? I will put into my GPS when going there.

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    It is Eleanor Burns. 5th Street is a one-way street and as you approach you will see a HUGE yellow painted quilt on the side of the building that says "Eleanor Burns." Can't miss it.

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    On second thought I believe the E. Burns shop is called "Quilt in
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