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    Sorry I know this was asked before. I am heading out there for a "me" day. I would like to hit the places that have nice fabric but cheap. ;) I can always stop at the nicer quilt stores if I have time. Can you help me?
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    Lancaster, Pa.? I always liked Sauder's in Muddy Creek for some fabrics. I'm in Florida now...

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    Not sure what direction you are coming from, but Hayloft in Morgantown PA is going out of business and everything in the store is 50% off...and their prices were very reasonable to start with.

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    have a fun time :thumbup:

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    Thanks all. I am coming from, well, say near Pittsburgh. I know about the beautiful stores near kitchen kettle and all that. But never knew there was a Zincks, which I thought that was only in OH. So I would like to start with cheaper and go to the better. If that makes any sense to you.

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    There are several quilt shops in Intercourse. They are nice but commercialized. I like the one in Bird in Hand. It is called something Cabin, maybe Cozy Cabin. It is an old fashioned store. The clerks are Amish or Mennonite. I liked their selection of fabrics.

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    Burkholder's, Zook's, Sauder's.

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