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Thread: Local Quilt Shops

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    alimaui
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    Does anyone know a good place to find a directory of local quilting shops? I would like to peruse some of their quality goods, but alas, I cannot seem to find any in my area.


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    I know this will sound crazy - but when I moved to NH last year, I just googled "quilt shop NH". I found several small and large local quilt shops.

    I also found these sites tonight (there are others). I just googled "find quilt shop"

    http://www.quilterstravelcompanion.com/Shops%20USA.htm

    http://www.quiltprofessionals.com/sc...quiltstore.asp

    Also - did you look at the fabshophop site? Hope this helps!

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    Here is a list for you. I found these doing a google search of "quilt shop Connecticut" and this is what I got. Hope it helps.

    A.
    Yankee Quilter LLC
    www.yankeequilter.com (203) 888-9196
    B.
    Quilt Shop The
    www.ghqgquiltshow.com (203) 743-0543
    C.
    Quilter's Alley The
    www.thequiltersalley.com (203) 431-0023
    D.
    Common Threads
    www.commonthreadsquiltshop.com - (860) 868-2658
    E.
    Common Threads
    www.commonthreadsquiltshop.com (860) 868-2658
    F.
    Coastal Sewing Machines LLC
    www.coastalsewing.com (860) 388-1832
    G.
    Quilter's Dream LLC
    www.quiltersdream.com (860) 456-7629
    H.
    Sew Inspired Quilt Shop
    www.sewinspiredquilts.com (860) 651-8885
    I.
    Carolyn's Quilting Bee
    (860) 342-1949
    J.
    Quilters Cove
    www.quilterscoveonline.com (860) 349-0007

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    Quote Originally Posted by eparys
    I know this will sound crazy - but when I moved to NH last year, I just googled "quilt shop NH". I found several small and large local quilt shops.
    Not at all crazy! Whenever I go visiting anywhere in the world, I always google quilt shops and fabric shops before I go! :D

    K x

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    I do the same- google quilt shops -whatever location I'm going to.

    Last year- no time to go but I had my list! This year- watch out NC!

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    Yeah, Barb - my DH is very tolerant! He always says 'I suppose you just happen to know of some fabric shops round here' whenever we go anywhere! On my recent trip to Holland, he even googled for me so I didn't miss any only listed in Dutch!

    K x

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    I google them when I am out of my area too. Then I use the msn maps to print a map out. Addiction is such a wonderful thing.

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    http://www.ruralintelligence.com/ind...cles_shopping/ is another resource for your area. It really cheered me up to see Bangall on the front page.

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