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Thread: ?Quilt shops in Eugene and Roseburg Oregon?

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    ?Quilt shops in Eugene and Roseburg Oregon?

    Anyone know of some great quilt shops in either of these SouthWestern Oregon cities? I would love to visit them on our trip to see my foiks.

    Linda

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    I don't know about those cities, but a little further north there are wonderful shops in Jefferson (Purple Frog) and Lebanon (Finally Together). Also Janni-Lou's in Philomath is fantastic.

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    Piece by piece in Eugene is the best! Lots of color and lots of modern, fun prints. The ladies are super helpful too.

    I also heard pandoras box in cottage grove is interesting, but I've never been there. It's a small town in I-5 halfway between Eugene and roseburg.

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    I like Something to Crow About in Springfield, which is in the Eugene area. Love the one in Lebanon, but that is further north on I-5.

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    Thank you so much! DH and I stop for specialty wood shops and quilt stores when we travel. He quilts (sorta speak) with wood. Segmented wood bowls are his specialty.

    Linda

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    If you travel from I-5 south of Cottage Grove you can take Hwy 38 to the coast. In the little tiny town of Drain there is a nice fabric/quilt shop called Flush with Fabrics. It's small and on the edge of town going west but she has a nice selection and good prices.

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    Thank you to all of you who recommended shops to visit for my trip to southern Oregon. I wrote about my visit here: Quilt Shops I visited on my trip to Oregon!

    It was great fun and very inspiring!

    Linda

    Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, was blind, but now I see.
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