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Thread: Quilt shops near Boulder, CO?

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    Quilt shops near Boulder, CO?

    I asked this question last time I came to Boulder, but as that was 3 years ago, I thought I'd better get an update. I'll be staying with a friend there the week after next - can anyone recommend quilt shops in the area, please? So excited to be coming back to the States! I'll also be visiting San Francisco and West Virginia, but won't have time for fabric shopping in SF, and will be in capable, quilting hands in WV!

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    If you travel south to the little town of Golden, there is the Golden Quilt shop there, plus the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum. Probably about an hour's drive......if you can avoid rush hour!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray fox View Post
    If you travel south to the little town of Golden, there is the Golden Quilt shop there, plus the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum. Probably about an hour's drive......if you can avoid rush hour!
    Thanks Gray Fox. We went to the quilt museum on my last trip, but I don't think we visited the quilt shop - must make sure I get to it if we go there again.

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    If you don't mind going for a little drive, Laughing Ladies in Berthoud is a nice shop, also B-Right-On in Brighton is a great shop and ALL their fabric is $9/yd all the time (except wide backings and Minkee, etc.) Even includes their batiks, great prices on panels too. All great LQS quality fabric. Also Holly's Quilt Cabin in Centennial and High Prairie Quilt shop in Parker.

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    Harriet's Treadle Arts (Harriet Hargrave-the owner and very well known quilt artist) is 44th and Teller in Wheatridge-just a hop, skip and jump of of Highway 36 coming down from Boulder. It is one of my favorites when I go the Denver area. Also, you can order on line from Equilter which is in Boulder and you can then pick up your purchased at their warehouse facility.

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    Thankyou all for these suggestions - I'll do my best to check them out! Is there still a shop in Lyons? We went there last time.

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    Yes, they have moved but still in Lyons.
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