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Thread: Looking for quiltshop in NC

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    Senior Member JSNOMORE's Avatar
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    I will be going on vacation in June to Maggie Valley North Carolina and also to Pigeon Forge Tennessee. Does anyone have any great quilt shops they know of that I could visit in the area

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    If you go east on 40 about 20-25 minutes past asheville there was a very cool store right off the highway. cant remember the name of it but i ALWAYS stopped there when traveling through in the 90's!

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    I'm not sure how far MaryJo's in Gastonia is from there (Southwest of Charlotte), but it is definitely worth a shop. It's not just a LQS but a 30000 sq ft store!

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    It is a long way from Gastonia to Maggie Valley. There is a neat quilt shop in Maggie Valley, I think the name is Quilters Heaven, it is on the right just before Maggie Valley.
    Pigeon Forge has a couple quilt shops The Cherry Pit is in town. I can't remember the name of the other shop I like this one. Check the local phone book for the name. You will like both shop. Have fun.

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    thanks everyone. I can't wait to check out some new shops.

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    If you come to Franklin, we have atleast three quilt shops....Deb's Cats and Quilts, A Stitch in Time, Sew Creative.

    Lynn

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    thanks, I've added them to my list

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    If you head into Asheville, there are several.

    As far as quilt shops there is Asheville Cotton Co. If you head a little farther away, Marti's Patchwork Cottage is a cute little shop in downtown Black Mountain.

    Foam & Fabrics and House of Fabric both carry a decent collection of quilting fabrics too.

    Asheville Cotton Co., Foam & Fabrics, and House of Fabric are all on the same road, spread out by several miles, and the road changes names several times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrussell1987
    If you head into Asheville, there are several.

    As far as quilt shops there is Asheville Cotton Co. If you head a little farther away, Marti's Patchwork Cottage is a cute little shop in downtown Black Mountain.

    Foam & Fabrics and House of Fabric both carry a decent collection of quilting fabrics too.

    Asheville Cotton Co., Foam & Fabrics, and House of Fabric are all on the same road, spread out by several miles, and the road changes names several times.
    Thank you so much. I will definately add to my list

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