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Thread: ISO LQS/Fabric Shops in West Palm and Boca Raton Fl area

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    Will be down for a week and would love to check out the local stores. Any suggestions?

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    There is a few nice shops that I go to. My Quilt Shoppe. The website for information... is http://www.myquiltshoppefl.com/ This is on Okeechobee Blvd. and Jog Road but you will be able to get those details from their website. Buttonwood Quilt shoppe is right around the corner....approx 5 miles. http://www.buttonwoodquilts.com/ It is on Jog Road. The Jampatch Quilt shoppe is in Stuart and not too very far from West Palm beach and a very nice shop. http://www.jampatch.com/ You will find several maps on their site to find them and get an idea of where they are from you. There is also one on Jupiter fl that is on the way to Stuart to the Jampatch. Quilter's Choice 661 Maplewood Dr # 14
    Jupiter, FL 33458 -5569 Phone : (561) 747-0525. This is a very nice shop too. This is about all I know of for now. Hope this helps.

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    Thanks so much. If you think of any place else to check out please let me know.

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    Corry's list is about it. At least, those are all the LQS's that are in the area. There are several sewing shoppes that also carry quilting machines, some fabrics and some notions. But for a full blown LQS? Corry's list is spot on.

    I can tell you further... that Buttonwood carried Janome products and that Quilters Choice in Jupiter is a Bernina dealer. The others, I'm not sure of.

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    Thank you.

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    Jamies' Country Stitches, 11471 SW Sample Rd., Coral Springs
    www.jamiescountrystitches.com 954-755-2411

    Once Upon a Quilt, 3404 Griffin Rd.
    www.onceuponaquilt.com

    Sunshine Sewing Co.
    1821 Banks Rd., Banks Business Pak
    Margate, FL 954-971-4810
    www.sunshinesewing.com

    I live in Stuart/Palm City & have done these 3 shops plus the others mentioned in a day. I live less than 3 miles from "The Jam Patch" & usually find everything I need there but it is fun to travel to different shops. You can find all these on the internet.

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    Which are the best - I'll probably only have one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WANNABEE
    Which are the best - I'll probably only have one day.
    Quilter 54 would probably know. I don't travel an hour to get to an LQS usually, unless I'm already in the area. I spend too much $$$ that way! lol. Buttonwood has been very good to me, but I only get there about twice a year. So I have no good advice for you.

    Quilter54???? (Gosh, does that sound like the old tv show, Car 54?) wow... I'm not old enough remember that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WANNABEE
    Which are the best - I'll probably only have one day.
    You can do the ones I told you all in one day. My Quilt Shoppe is the best in my experience and Jampatch, these have the most fabrics. I live in Okeechobee florida and have to drive a ways to go to any of them. None at all in my little town. We have lots of cattle and oranges....no quilt shops...lol I don't hesitate to drive up to Stuart and hit jampatch and then on to Jupiter and then to West Palm to My Quilt Shoppe. It has the most fabrics. Now the ultimate quilt shop is in Rockledge on the east coast if ya get near there. If you are traveling on I-95 and get off the Rockledge exit the shop is 2 miles and sooooo worth going. It has "sew" much fabric and they are so very nice when waiting on you and helping you find everything. I have been there 3 times and still have not seen the whole store. http://www.thequiltplace.com/ Just letting you know if you are driving in or out of Florida and going I 95, Alot of people travel that way and then some go the turnpike.... The Margate store is pretty far south. Been there too but would drive to Rockledge store as it is far more worth it if I were going to drive that far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter54
    Jamies' Country Stitches, 11471 SW Sample Rd., Coral Springs
    www.jamiescountrystitches.com 954-755-2411

    Once Upon a Quilt, 3404 Griffin Rd.
    www.onceuponaquilt.com

    Sunshine Sewing Co.
    1821 Banks Rd., Banks Business Pak
    Margate, FL 954-971-4810
    www.sunshinesewing.com

    I live in Stuart/Palm City & have done these 3 shops plus the others mentioned in a day. I live less than 3 miles from "The Jam Patch" & usually find everything I need there but it is fun to travel to different shops. You can find all these on the internet.

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