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Thread: PA quilt shops

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobquilt3
    Shandy Maple is OK but it's just food.If you can go to Intercourse, GO. (In Lancaster they are called fabric shops. QS sell quilts not necessarily fabric) Intercourse has fabulous FS (Country Store?)with small museum up stairs, Zooks FS for better prices. Plenty of places to eat, art and gift shops and a ton of other things. Take 340 (the main street) west toward Lancaster City and there are small fabric places along the way. You go through Bird-in-Hand which has a farmers market, QS and FS, bakeries, etc.
    The FS in Denver is wonderful but it's a bear to find. Nor is there a real need to as it has now merged with Zooks in Int.
    I've lived in the Lancaster area for 10 yrs. and these are the places I go. Have a wonderful time, it's beautiful country.
    Shady Maple is more than just food - they have a huge gift store downstairs with lots of Jim Shore items, quilts, knick knack stuff.

    The Old Country Store is a great place and if you go there, go upstairs to the People's Choice Museum. It's small, but worth a few minutes to go through. Across the street from that is the Kitchen Kettle Village, a fun place to go through.

    Have a blast!

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    All of these are great! Just adding to the list, check out quilt shops in Ronks and Bird-in-Hand, PA. They are just a few miles within Intercourse!

    Linda in Maryland

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    Here is a link with some info for you: http://www.quiltart.com/lancaster.html

    Linda in Maryland

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    If you can make it, we are offering a motorcoach trip to this area in 2012. A bus with friends is always a good way to see an area like this. The full itinerary is found here. This will be a really fun trip!

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