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    Super Member IrishNY's Avatar
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    If you could only visit one quilt shop...

    I am looking for the one shop I cannot miss between Durham NC and Washington DC. I will be traveling from Durham up 85 to 95N. What shop along that route is a can't miss? Thanks for your help!
    I'd rather be at the lake

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    The only one I'm aware of that is "can't miss" in that area in Mary Jo's in Gastonia, NC (Google it to be sure...). Sorry I
    can't be of more help...
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    I have had rotten service with Mary Jo's on line. Hope it is better in person for you.

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    The shop that come to mind is Wish Upon A Quilt, but not sure if it's out of your way.

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    Mary Jos is HUGE- Wish upon a Star is also nice- there is the thread place near Mary Jos also
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    Mary Jo's is in the opposite direction from DC - west of Charlotte.

    Wish Upon a Quilt is closer to 40 & 70 than to 85.

    Cheers, K

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    I have heard that G Street Fabrics in Maryland is a not-to-be-missed.

    http://www.gstreetfabrics.com/

    I see on their website that they are also in Virginia.
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